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Quality Street axes famous plastic wrappers on chocolates after 86 years as part of green drive

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Nestle is removing the shiny plastic and foil wrappers from its Quality Street chocolates after 86 years to make them more environmentally friendly - and stop nearly two billion wrappers a year ending up in landfill. Nestle said it believes people will respond "positively" when it unveils the new plastic-free wrappings. Around 1.7 billion Quality Street chocolates are enjoyed every year in the UK.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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