Waitrose pulls milk cartons

Waitrose pulls milk cartons
Easy to recycle cartons have failed to grab the public's attention and have been pulled from the shelves of supermarket Waitrose. Is this a wise financial decision in the face of a lack of consumer interest or a step back?
A stepback
Wise decision
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