I went in Tesco's recently and took this photo:
Does it preserve their shelf life, keep them altogether and weighed appropriately or is it the hygiene police who insist it is to stop us handling them with our dirty fingers? Perhaps you know of some other reason why they pack them in plastic?
The "Organic" 🥕s are said to have been grown in the Netherlands and Israel. So perhaps they flew them to 🇮🇪?
I was reading online the other day they have found plastic in the rain clouds. I wonder if we get plastic particles on our shop bought vegetables?
Surely ("Don't call me Shirley!) The plastic packaging makes the vegetables sweat and the sugars turn to starch so much quicker?
What's wrong with selling them loose or in paper bags or even bring back string bags?
Do we really need to wrap our fruit and vegetables in plastic?