Cork Butcher to reduce non-recyclable packaging by 15%

2 March 2019
By Mary Bermingham
mary@TheCork.ie

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Ó Crualaoi Butchers and Delicatessen has launched its ‘ÓCruaware – Reducing Our Environmental Footprint’ initiative in Cork. The significant initiative will encourage customers to bring their own reusable containers when shopping, and will be rolled out across the company’s Ballincollig-based butchers and delicatessen and its butcher shops in Fermoy and Wilton. The main objective of the ‘ÓCruaware’ initiative is to reduce plastic packaging on customer purchases, thereby reducing their environmental footprint.
Pictured: Noel McNamara, manager at Ballincollig store with customer Olwen Long and Micheál Ó Crualaoi, proprietor.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
Pictured: Noel McNamara, manager at Ballincollig store with customer Olwen Long.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
Pictured: Noel McNamara, manager at Ballincollig store with customer Olwen Long.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
Pictured: Noel McNamara, manager at Ballincollig store with customer Olwen Long and Micheál Ó Crualaoi, proprietor.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
Pictured: Noel McNamara, manager at Ballincollig store with customer Olwen Long.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
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