Tesco announces charities to benefit from £1.8m bag charge
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Tesco announces charities to benefit from £1.8m bag charge

2 Sep 2014 | Alice Sharman

Tesco has announced the two charities that will benefit from their carrier bag levy in Scotland and Wales, following votes by 27,000 customers.

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