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ALDI reveals sustainably savvy Aussies want to be better recyclers but find the process confusing

18 July, 2022 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Eco Voice, 08 July 2022

Today ALDI Australia launches its annual 2021 Plastics and Packaging Progress Report, reviewing the supermarket’s progress to achieving its goal of a 25 per cent reduction of plastics and packaging by 2025, and what it all means for customers who are increasingly invested in this journey.

New research commissioned by ALDI Australia* confirms a reduction in plastic waste is top of mind for shoppers, with 73 per cent of Australians agreeing supermarkets should work with suppliers to reduce the packaging on products. This hunger for greater recycling action extends into their own homes, with 64 per cent saying it is important that packaging leftover from grocery shops is able to be recycled.

*Research commissioned by ALDI Australia and undertaken by Pureprofile surveying a national sample of 1,008 qualified Australians aged 18+ years between 3rd – 5th May 2022.

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