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Problems with over packaging

We asked you to send us examples of products that you thought had been over packaged - check out the gallery below to see what Which? members have caught on camera. 

If you've bought a product you think is excessively wrapped, email details of the product and your photos to helpwanted@which.co.uk, putting 'Excess packaging' in the subject line. We'll publish the best examples here.

 

Is excess packaging out of control? Join the debate...

Who do you think is responsible for excess packaging? Shops or manufacturers? Do you think excessive packaging misleads us about the size of certain products?

Share your views on over-packaged products by joining in the excess packaging debate on Which? Conversation.

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2. Photos submitted should be your own and original and comply with the Which? user generated content terms.

3. If we choose to use your image, we'll add your image to our online Flickr gallery, and as such, your images are subject to Flickr/Yahoo's terms of service.

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