Asda Commences Trial Run Of ‘Sustainability Store’ In Leeds

October 23, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


UK retailer Asda has announced that it has commenced a test run of its ‘sustainability store’ in Middleton, Leeds.

The outlet aims to help shoppers reduce, reuse and recycle with ease and the retailer expects to remove around one million pieces of plastic annually through this store.

Asda has partnered with some of the UK’s most popular household brands, such as PG Tips, Vimto, Kellogg’s, Radox and Persil, to offer sustainable versions of popular products.


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