Majority of Hungarians bring their own shopping bags

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About 77% of Hungarian always bring their own bags when they go shopping, the latest representative survey of consumers by food safety authority Nébih shows, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Around 19% of Hungarians try to bring their own bags to the shop, but sometimes forget.

The survey shows that 51% of shoppers thing food is overpackaged.

Nébih presented the survey results at a recent roundtable on phasing out single-use packaging.

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