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Swanda

  30 days ago

Asda new refill stations in stores

I was reading an interesting article on line yesterday regarding Asda. They have installed new equipment in store so customers can bring there own containers to fill up on items such as Tea, coffee, rice,pasta, washing powder. If this is successful it will be rolled out to more stores. There is 30 household staples sold in refillable format. Top household brands like handwash and shampoo are available. Would you purchase these items like this. Asda has stated that loose and unwrapped products will be cheaper to buy.
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redwine1

  29 days ago
Lot of places do this now good we throw away so much packaging and I cook from.scratch and it is still shocking Reply
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mosscheryl337

  29 days ago
Yes definitely Reply
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Mark_W

  29 days ago
I wouldn’t use it! I like my products professionally packaged in a hygienic factory... Reply
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spartan3002

  30 days ago
I only shop online Sandra, but I like the idea ;) Reply
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TheOldDragonsPaul

  30 days ago
Luckily we don't have an ASDA close enough to shop at ! Reply
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alansday

  30 days ago
I remember a store that specialized in that offering Swanda. It went out of business a few years ago. I'll take a look at the offerings and decide then. Reply
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davidwatkin

  30 days ago
We only shop online at Asda but would be happy to buy them instore Sandra, seems a great idea to me. xx Reply
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barriebullock

  30 days ago
If the quality is good, why not.
I've bought dried & frozen fruit that way in the past & bird food for the garden still.
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rosemary-charles

  30 days ago
I dont shop there hun I sometimes take advantage of their fuel if Im passing but that it Reply
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bluemoon239

  30 days ago
Sounds good to me I know they've been doing it for a while in northern Italy. Hope others start doing it since there's no Asda near me and I don't drive, but willing to use my trolley as always. Reply
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