Packaging: No more single-use plastic\ carrier and paper bags! Tesco goes bagless to help the environment

Tesco notifies customers that it has gone bagless on its single-use plastic and paper bags.

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Tesco.com has now gone bagless. That means, from Monday 19 August, all home delivery or Click+Collect orders won’t be packed into single-use carrier bags.

This small change will help us wave goodbye to 250 million single-use plastic bags and 48 million paper bags a year.

More than half our customers have been opting for bagless orders for years, so our drivers are familiar with giving customers a hand; whether that’s helping you unpack at home or by helping you load your car at a Click+Collect point.

If you have any questions or think you might need additional assistance with your delivery or collection, please visit tesco.com/help/groceries-faq

Thank you for shopping at Tesco

Zoe Evans

UK Customer Engagement Centre

1 Comment

  1. Tesco said any deliveries ordered BEFORE the 19th could still be delivered with bags after that date and yet today mine was delivered without bags. I did initially send the driver away but it would have been hassle getting a refund so I called him back which at least showed me why I still want to use bags. All it means is that the 2 orders I had up to the end of my Delivery Saver are now cancelled and I’ve switched to Morrisons a couple of weeks earlier. The decision on bags should be down to the customer not the retailer

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