John Vidal wrote in The Guardian, UK:
“Supermarkets fought like rats in a sack for our custom in 2006, but mostly washed their dirty linen in private. No longer. Asda/Wal-Mart has turned on its peers and denounced what it calls “the dirty dozen” – Tesco, Sainsbury, Morrisons, Somerfield, Iceland, Aldi, Lidl, Netto, Budgens, the Co-op, Spar and Kwik Save – for not following its example in refusing to sell eggs sourced from abroad.”
We at OrganicFood.co.uk believe this could be the start of an exciting new trend whereby Wal-Mart, like most newly-converted entities, will start to preach green credentials to the market place. Hopefully, this could lead to all UK supermarkets discussing their greenness, raising the standards for all, starting with one of the British public’s favourite food causes: eggs.
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