Survey Claims 8/10 Consumers Want More Sustainable Packaging

02 Feb 2022

The Chartered Institute of Marketing has revealed that consumers want more sustainable packaging.

The survey featured 2,000 adults in the UK, with almost half saying Amazon is the worst brand for creating excess packaging. Nine percent said Tesco uses too much packaging, followed by eBay at 7%. The remaining companies are Asda (6%), Sainsbury’s (6%), M&S (6%), ASOS (5%), Boohoo (5%) and John Lewis (5%).

The results show that the vast majority (82%) of UK adults believed companies use too much packaging when delivering or selling in-store products. Additionally, 78% want to see more being done by large companies to promote sustainable packaging, up 16 percentage points from last year.

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