Morrisons shoppers make ‘completely unhygienic’ decision as supermarket makes bold eco-friendly move

Supermarket company Morrisons has brought their latest eco-friendly move to much applause, but not everyone is content.

The company annoyed some shopkeepers with the idea of ​​bringing your own containers for meat, fish and tele products.

Concern for cleanliness has clearly increased due to the epidemic, but there is no problem in delivering the tupper utensils brought by others clean.

According to Men, The supermarket got a mixed response when it was announced that shoppers can now bring their own containers to fill up at new food counters.

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Posting on Facebook, Morrisons wrote: “You can now bring reusable containers to our counters, including our butcher shops, fishmongers and tele, where our colleagues will happily fill them for you. Hand over your container to weigh.” #ReduceReuseRecycle. ”

This post quickly gained store support, has been liked 1,700 times, and shared more than 700 times.

Writing under the post, one shopkeeper said: “What a great idea. Simple steps to help the planet. I will do this soon. (As far as infection is concerned, I am an adult, so I know how to wash containers. My hands).”

“I think this is a great idea, Morrison is good,” she complimented for a second.

Someone else wrote: “What a great idea, a positive move.”

“Great idea, but not during an epidemic,” one said.

But some were not really impressed and instead used this post as an excuse to complain about health risks.

Another wrote: “Touching meat after touching containers from people is not an epidemic … a good idea but not really.”

“What’s going on in the world is completely unhygienic, some people are not clean, so even though I’m getting plastic and paper waste, I do not think it’s good people to bring things from home,” someone else complained.

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Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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