Excess packaging Photo gallery: packaging in supermarkets investigation

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This article, Excess packaging, was last updated on 08 September 2010 and is now out of date and held in our online archive for reference. Explore our latest Home & garden articles.

Which? took to the supermarket aisles to find good and bad practice in packaging - play our gallery to see some examples. Read our packaging investigation news story for more on our findings.

Do you think we can expect change from packaging makers if we don't put our money where our mouths are and avoid buying products with too much packaging? Join the packaging debate on the Which? Conversation.

If you've got some examples of your own to send us, email the details and a photo to helpwanted@which.co.uk with 'excess packaging' in the subject line. We'll publish the best examples in our photo gallery of members' packaging pictures

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