Sainsbury’s announces mass rollout of plant-based own brand teabags in stores

Sainsbury’s is announcing the mass roll out of its first plant-based own brand tea bag from June 2021. The innovative move comes as part of Sainsbury’s ongoing commitment to halve plastic packaging by 2025 and the company’s pledge to become Net Zero in its own operations by 2040. Sainsbury’s current own brand teabags are made up of 75% natural fibres and 25% oil-based plastic sealing material (polypropylene). This sealing material is important to ensure the teabag remains intact and that tea leaves don’t seep into the cup. However, Sainsbury’s has…

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IKEA to make restaurant meals 50% plant-based by 2025

As one of the world’s largest food providers, IKEA is taking the next step towards making healthy and sustainable food more affordable and desirable to the many people. By adding more options to the menu in IKEA restaurants that are both more nutritious and delicious, IKEA hopes to inspire more healthy and sustainable choices. New IKEA food commitments, announced today in connection to a pre-event for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021, include that by 2025: 50% of main meals offered in the restaurants to be plant-based and 80% to…

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