Big retailer will test reusable packaging to replace throwaway plastic in Canada

You will soon be able to buy juice, shampoo, laundry detergent, ice cream and toothbrushes in reusable, returnable, refillable metal and glass containers instead of single-use plastic, with a major retailer planning test in Toronto of the Loop reusable packaging system.

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