​Unilever sets target to cut plastic use in half

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Unilever has made a pledge to halve the amount of new plastic it uses over the next five years and has ramped up its efforts to produce reusable and recyclable packaging.

The consumer goods giant will ramp up its efforts to produce reusable and recyclable packaging.

Unilever has pledged to halve the amount of new plastic it uses over the next five years by increasing its efforts in producing reusable and recyclable packaging.

The consumer goods giant - which owns brands such as Ben & Jerry’s, Surf and Dove - said it sets out to reduce its use of plastic packaging by over 100,000 tonnes by 2025 according to City AM.

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