Aldi in UK testing Miwa’s packaging-free solution

Published: 10.11.2022 Related countries:  United Kingdom United Kingdom

The Aldi retail chain has opened a new store in Royal Leamington Spa in the United Kingdom, whose objective is to lower average CO2 emissions produced by conventional supermarkets by two-thirds.

The store also includes a module by Czech company Miwa, which offers no-waste purchases of coffee, nuts, almonds and seeds using multiple-use containers. The majority of one-off packaging is thus done away with. The Czech company co-operates similarly with the Dutch chain Albert Heijn and the Albert store network in the Czech Republic. The Miwa solution is based on multiple-use standardised capsules and the use of smart data.

Source: CIA News