UK grocers join forces to roll out refill stations in sustainability push

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UK grocers Waitrose, Ocado, Morrisons and Marks & Spencer have formed a partnership committing to the roll-out of refill stations across their store estates.

The four supermarket retailers – as well as supply chain operations company CHEP – have joined forces to form part of the Refill Coalition group, overseen by Unpackaged, a company that operates refill stations in small farm shops and Planet Organic stores.

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