Johnson & Johnson switches to paper cotton buds to fight environmental issues

The company teams up with environmental charity Fidra to educate consumers on the risks


Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has announced plans to switch from plastic to paper stem cotton buds to help fight the growing environmental issues the plastic varieties cause.

Plastic cotton buds are causing significant damage to public health, according to Scotland-based environmental charity Fidra, as they . . .

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