Plastic-wrapped coconuts are the latest ‘pointless packaging’

UK consumers are seeing red over a pure impugn of immature selling and eco-awareness.

What’s jarred shoppers are supermarket coconuts hermetic in plastic, BBC News reports.

The coupling on Genuine Coconut has been called “pointless packaging.”

And even a manager of a store selling the equipment for about $4 a cocktail described the coupling as “daft.”

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Social media posters agreed. “If only inlet could find a way to strengthen the coconut we could do divided with the plastic,” tweeted @jcrfear.

But the company behind the Genuine Coconut, which comes wrapped and with a straw to splash from, shielded the product.

The doubt on consumers' minds: Why do coconuts need to be wrapped?

The doubt on consumers’ minds: Why do coconuts need to be wrapped?

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They remarkable that the wrap, which is protecting and extends the coconuts’ shelf life, is recyclable film.

People sojourn doubtful about the packaging.

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A UK supermarket conduct told BBC that they’d “certainly be asking some questions about because we hang coconuts in plastic.”

The coconut maze is an ongoing regard as people fastener with very genuine environmental concerns of plastic garbage.

Pre-peeled mandarins in plastic packagingwere private from sale by Whole Foods Market in 2014 after a customer’s photo and twitter went viral.

In a Jul 2017,Newsweek reported that “to date, humans have junked 7 billion tons of plastic waste, only 9% of which has been recycled.

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“A sum of 12% has been incinerated, and 79% finished up in landfills or the environment, quite the ocean,” the report added.

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