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Coca-Cola says people still want plastic bottles

Coca-Cola has said that it will not ditch single-use plastic bottles because consumers still want them.

The firm's head of sustainability Bea Perez told the BBC that removing single-use plastic entirely could alienate customers and damage sales.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Ms Perez said, "Business won't be in business if we don't accommodate consumers".

"So as we change our bottling infrastructure, move into recycling and innovate, we also have to show the consumer what the opportunities are. They will change with us."

According to the BBC, Coca-Cola makes around three million tons of plastic packaging a year, which equates to roughly 200,000 bottles a minute!

Coca-Cola has pledged to recycle as many plastic bottles as it uses by 2030.

There's drama in the Dales as Graham's killer is revealed

"It still could be any of those contenders - just because we've seen me...

We might find out tonight!"

Jonathan teases a plot twist!

It’s been the best kept secret since Agatha Christie. But after a gruelling week of Emmerdale, with viewers playing detective in the soap’s latest ‘whodunit’ storyline, the murderer of Graham Foster has finally been revealed… Pierce Harris!

"He has something to prove..."


Played by Jonathan Wrather, Emmerdale’s most wanted joins us now to talk about keeping the secret, returning to the Dales and what further twists we can expect.

Martin's deals: Fast-food freebies and go to the cinema for £5ish!

Top mobile phone sim deals, beat school holiday flight price, McDonald’s freebies and £5ish Odeon tickets. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it. 

'Emotional support' animals being limited on airlines

The Department of Transportation in the US is looking to limit the kinds of animals who are allowed to board for free.

It said the plan is a response to concerns that an increasing amount of passengers are falsely claiming pets as 'service animals'.

In the USA, passengers have been attempting to bring turkeys, peacocks and squirrels onto planes, prompting airlines to tighten their own rules.

American Airlines have prohibited flying with frogs, ferrets, hedgehogs and goats, even if they are therapy animals.

Delta said in 2018 that customers had attempted to fly with comfort turkeys, snakes and spiders.