Don't miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox Supermarket giant Morrisons has issued a fresh ban for all of its stores in the UK.
The retailer has announced plans to remove all plastic bags from its stores across the UK. Morrisons said customers will instead be able to purchase reusable paper bags.
The move, which comes after a trial using just paper bags in eight of its supermarkets, will see it save 3,200 tonnes of plastic every year through the removal of plastic ‘bags for life’.
It comes about three years after single-use plastic bags were removed from its 497 UK shops. The removal of the plastic ‘bags for life’ will be phased and will begin in Scotland this month, followed byRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk