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Unilever to sell all toothpastes in recyclable tubes by 2025

Unilever is to convert its global toothpaste portfolio entirely to recyclable tubes by 2025, it has announced.

The sustainable tubes are set to roll out later this year, following four years' development. They use a material made mostly of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) – one of the world's most widely recyclable plastics. It would be "the thinnest plastic material available on the toothpaste market at 220 microns, which will reduce the amount of plastic needed for each tube" Unilever claimed.

Read the full article from The Grocer.

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