Half of shoppers won’t buy from retailers who aren’t environmentally friendly

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SHOPPERS are now deciding what to buy based on how sustainable a retailer is. A study of 2,000 adults found 49 per cent would be put off buying from a shop or business if they knew they, or the brands they stocked, weren’t environmentally friendly. It also emerged two-thirds of Generation Z shopp...

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TV presenter sends Twitter into meltdown after asking which chocolate they would ban

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McDonald’s is launching a chicken burger with NAAN bread as the bun

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MCDONALD’S is launching a new chicken burger with naan bread replacing the traditional bun, The Sun can reveal. The Indian Chicken features two Chicken Selects with an Indian style relish, garlic mayo, red onion, lettuce and cucumber. But instead ...

Poundstretcher is selling mini unicorn ice cream cones

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Owners are putting there pets at risk by ignoring life-saving vaccinations, research reveals

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SEVEN million pets in Britain are being exposed to potentially fatal diseases because owners are not giving them the correct vaccinations, Paws and Claws can reveal. A new report by the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) shows 32 per cent...