The gift is a roll of compostable liners for your food caddy to help you recycle all Christmas food waste. All food you recycle is eaten by greedy billions of burping bacteria at Somerset's Walpole anaerobic digestion plant, generating electricity and creating farm compost.
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Compostable liners help keep kitchen caddies clean. You can also line your caddy with newspaper if you prefer.
NB: the easiest way to separate liners from the roll is to scrunch together the bags either side of perforations and pull apart, rather than tearing along perforations.
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