Aldi joins Coles and Woolies in microbead ban

 In Aldi, Australia, Coles, NewZealand, Woolworths
Major supermarket chain Aldi has come into line with Coles and Woolworths, announcing plastic microbeads will be removed from its personal care products by next year.
A week after Coles and Woolworths committed to stop using the tiny plastic particles in their own products, Aldi pledged to follow suit and replace microbeads with natural ingredients.
"Aldi Australia is working with its supplier base and aims to replace microbeads with alternative natural ingredients in its exclusive brand products by 2017," an Aldi spokeswoman said. Sydney Monring Herald – Read more…

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