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  • Packaging problems are leaving Boomers vulnerable
  • Packaging problems are leaving Boomers vulnerable
    Nigel Burley (2014) ©
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Packaging problems are leaving Boomers vulnerable

More people in Britain are celebrating their 100th birthdays than ever before, but many of us fear growing old. As independence decreases with each passing year, the elderly are left feeling powerless, even if they're young at heart. And packaging on supermarket goods is another added stress.

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