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  •  Aldi bans pesticides for the survival of bees
  • Aldi bans pesticides for the survival of bees
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Aldi bans pesticides for the survival of bees

We need bees. Without those little black and yellow bugs, our food system would collapse. German chain Aldi Süd has become the first supermarket to make it a requirement for suppliers in Germany to phase out toxins that are harmful to bees, leading others to implement similar changes.

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