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Retailers still using too many plastic bags for home deliveries

Two supermarket chains are still using more plastic bags to deliver groceries, after pledging to cut their use of them, according to a recent survey. The Grocer found that Sainsburys used 11 bags to pack 33 items, five more bags more than in the last survey conducted three months ago. Asdas used 15 bags for 32 items, up from 14 bags for 33 items in the last survey. However, other supermarket chains have reduced the number of bags they use to deliver groceries to online customers. The ...