917 comments

  • Tina B.
    01/06/2019 11:39

    ; de der franskfolk har sq fat i den lange ende!🤩👏👏

  • Olga I.
    01/06/2019 12:35

    Extraordinary & Commendable 💞☀

  • Haaï M.
    01/06/2019 13:09

    :o

  • Christine E.
    01/06/2019 13:13

    I always thought if companies were taxed for packaging, there would be NO EXCESSIVE PACKAGING!

  • Patricia S.
    01/06/2019 13:18

    brilliant idea

  • Adam J.
    01/06/2019 13:28

    *Says no waste.* * Uses canvas bags, cardboard,jars and other objects that were made ina 100% wastefilled environment.* Yall wild.

  • Adam J.
    01/06/2019 13:32

    Not to mention that theyre telling people to use their vehicles twice as much to return a damn jar. Yeah kill your environment more to save them money.

  • Adam J.
    01/06/2019 13:33

    Zero waste my ass.

  • Adam J.
    01/06/2019 13:33

    You got all kinds of waste going on in this bullshit lmao

  • Alan K.
    01/06/2019 14:04

    As nice as these do good ideas are, they can’t really be implemented on mass. Major change from food processors and what is used for packaging needs to be properly address. We’ll never be rid of packaging. But 100% everything should be recyclable and recycled as a first step.

  • Sig L.
    01/06/2019 14:06

    😍

  • Tom H.
    01/06/2019 14:10

    See in america the FDA and NSA (FDA little brother) would have a shit hemmerrage if people were doing that here. Using another companies jar.

  • Jeffrey L.
    01/06/2019 16:07

    See you when you go broke.

  • Ivi A.
    01/06/2019 16:15

    should we too...improving the allotment production...

  • Helen P.
    01/06/2019 16:41

    shall we move back to Lautrec? Xxx

  • Kerry K.
    01/06/2019 17:38

    love this idea !

  • Shawn W.
    01/06/2019 17:55

    Fantastic idea!

  • Frances C.
    01/06/2019 18:05

    In the early 1960s I spent a year living in Remouchamps, Belgium. The glass jars and bottles that some foods and beverages came in required a small deposit that was credited to the next purchses. Jars and bottles were routinely recycled. I thought it made sense at the time and I still do. Rather than throwing glass into landfills it can be reused or recycled.

  • Hugh H.
    01/06/2019 18:57

    , , , , , ,

  • Oscar P.
    01/06/2019 19:00

    miree