Tayto and King crisps : ditch the plastic packaging

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With 500 packs of Tayto are sold every minute this amounts to two hundred sixty-two million eight hundred thousand crisp packets every year. The composite material conventionally used to keep crisps fresh is not biodegradable and cannot be recycled so that's an awful lot of landfill and poison for the environment. Given the current single use plastic crisis we are asking Largo foods to address this issue IMMEDIATELY and come up with a solution to change the materials for their packets to one which is recyclable or even more preferably a non-plastic environmentally friendly material. www.peopleagainstplastic.ie