Name and shame heavy bottles Part 2
5 Feb 2009 by Jancis Robinson
We have long tried to campaign against ridiculously heavy bottles on this site. See, for example, Name and shame heavy bottles Part 1 . They may be thought to be good for marketing but are using up the planet’s resources in terms of materials and transport costs unnecessarily, and can be a real pain, literally, for those who have to handle them along the distribution chain. There are still far too many of these anti-social monsters around, which is why I am moved to publish this Part 2. Below, listed by region and then alphabetically, are some of the most obvious culprits to have come my way recently but please, please,...

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