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Winners and losers in controversial refrigeration report

The Environmental Investigation Agency has released its annual ‘Chilling Facts’ report, which grades the performance of the UK’s major supermarkets on refrigeration policy.

Once again, this year saw a distinct set of winners and losers highlighted in the EIA’s Chilling Facts report.

The report, which has been claimed by some industry commentators as being limited in its focus, prasied Tesco, Waitrose and The Co-operative for their performance, awarding them the distinction of being ‘EIA Green Cooling Leaders’.

Other UK supermarkets included in the report were Lidl, Iceland, Musgrave and Marks and Spencer.

The report also covers European retailers, together with a focus on the issue of doors on fridges and the South African market.

To read the full report CLICK HERE!




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