The retailer has now published its first environmental, social, and governance report.
The study interviewed 3,000 customers to discover their top priority was affordable ‘green’ choices, cutting food waste and reducing single use plastic.
Asda concluded with plans to remove three billion pieces of plastic from products in the next four years.
This could change how popular products are packaged and sourced.
Asda added 20 of its top products, including cotton and cocoa, will be sustainably sourced by 2025.
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