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The stores that stop selling disposable grills
"The stores that stop selling disposable grillboxes,"

"disposable grills have been hotly debated, not least after last summer's fires and environmental constraints. The food chain Coop has now taken the decision to stop selling disposable grills."

"– We do not think that the product is good enough simply. When we sold them that is available from us in store now, we will not buy more, " says Coops editor-in-chief Tobias Rydergren to Expressen."

"That TT reported on earlier has the Ica has taken the same decision. In October last year and counted the food chain to have the grills in the range up to in the summer."

"Both of the chains are looking for something that can replace engångsgrillarna, something that is not flammable or have a design in aluminium that can be harmful to the environment. You'll find no replacement may, however, be without grills for a period, according to the stores."

"Neither Lidl or Axfood, which manages the Stores, has taken a decision on the engångsgrillarna but the question is constantly up to date, according to Axfood's head of media relations. All four stores have, however, proceeded with an agreement from the Swedish food retail trade that when eldningsförbud introduced immediately remove engångsgrillarna from the range."

"Corrected: Now correctly the company that manages the stores."

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