Cadbury, Nestle cut waste on Easter egg packaging in the U.K.

04/21/2011 | (France)

Cadbury and Nestle in the U.K. say they have improved packaging for their Easter eggs to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills. The U.K.'s Local Government Association, which has been pushing for such changes, said, "Retailers and manufacturers have listened to the concerns of the public and reduced the amount of unnecessary packaging on Easter eggs."

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