Monday, March 27, 2023

Discounters don’t fly in fruit – Migros and Coop do

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The discounter Aldi banned flying fruit and vegetables from its shelves. For environmental reasons.

By doing without so-called “flying fruit and vegetables”, Aldi wants to make a contribution to environmental protection, the company announces. The discounter is now banning fruit and vegetables that have been flown in from its stores and, according to its own statements, wants to save 5,000 tons of CO₂ a year.

Competitor Lidl has been doing without flown-in vegetables and fruit since its launch in Switzerland. Since 2020, meat and fish products transported by air have also been sold.

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