Sheffield news Morrisons shoppers slam new 'totally unhygienic' idea PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The supermarket giant announcement have left some disgusted, whilst others are full of praise
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Supermarket giant Morrisons have made their latest eco-friendly move to much applause, but not everyone has been left content. The company left some shoppers disgusted by their idea to bring your own containers for meat, fish and deli produce. The concern for cleanliness is clearly heightened due to the pandemic, but others didn't see the problem providing the tupperware brought was clean. According to MEN, the supermarket received a mixed response when it announced that shoppers can now bring their own containers to fill up with items at fresh food counters. To get the latest email updates from Yorkshire Live, click here . Posting on Facebook, Morrisons wrote: "You can now bring your own reusable containers to our counters including our butchers, fishmongers and deli, where our colleagues will happily fill them for you. Simply hand over your container to be weighed. #ReduceReuseRecycle." The post quickly racked up shopper support, and has since been liked over 1,700 times, and shared over 700 times. Writing under the post, one shopper said: "What a great idea. Simple measures to help the planet. I'll be doing this asap.
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"I think its a brilliant idea. Well done Morrison's," a second praised. Somebody else wrote: "What a great idea, a positive move." "Great idea, but a NO NO during a pandemic," said one person. But some people really weren't impressed and instead used the post as an excuse to complain about potential hygiene risks. Another wrote: "Touching up the meat after touching up containers from people isn’t the one in a pandemic ... good idea but not at the moment really." "Totally unhygienic given what's going on in the world some people are not clean so although I get the plastic and paper waste don't think it's good people bringing stuff in from home," complained somebody else." Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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