Bickenbach. Alnatura bans plastic bags for fruit & vegetables from. After a short introductory period, there will no longer be a single plastic bag in Alnatura's organic markets. Isabell Kuhl, the company's packaging expert, justified this decision by saying that Alnatura wants to make a contribution to reducing plastic waste. A large part of the goods from the vegetable department could also be transported without additional packaging protection.
Organic market Alnatura without plastic bags
Around 60% of organic market customers already stop putting plastic bags on the checkout conveyor. Just as we regularly recommend here at CareElite, a great many people already use bags they have brought with them. Fruit and vegetable nets to transport mushrooms, potatoes or tomatoes. So since there are already very good alternatives for the plastic bags, which are usually free, we should also use them. By banning plastic bags, Alnatura is definitely making an important contribution to further reducing the amount of plastic waste produced by Germans.
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