Tesco Is Removing 'Best Before' Stickers in a Dramatic Effort to Reduce Food Waste
May 22, 2018 03:24 PM EDT | By Staff Reporter
One of the largest grocery chains in the U.K. is changing its packaging to tackle food waste.
Tesco (TSCDY, -1.49%) has announced that it will remove “best before” dates from 70 pre-packaged produce products because people have been throwing away food before it actually goes bad.
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