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Sainsbury’s and Tefal save the pan-et

Sainsbury’s and Tefal have joined forces  to encourage consumers to recycle old pots and pans and, in return, get 30% off Tefal’s new So Recycled cookware range, which is made from 100% recycled aluminium .

The initiative is running for three weeks with over 300 Sainsbury’s stores hosting dump bins for pan recycling.

The promotion marks the launch of Tefal’s So Recycled range. Launched last week to coincide with Recycling Week (23rd-29thSeptember), the induction-compatible, non-stick pan range is made from 100% recycled aluminium. Tefal states that the range’s energy-efficient production contributes 90% less harmful carbon emissions compared to standard-pans.

Combining eco-responsibility with cooking excellence, So Recycled’s Titanium Pro extra-resistant non-stick coating lasts up to twice as long than previous (Tefal Titanium Force) coatings, plus the non-stick coating allows for easy cleaning.

The brand has also launched two new ranges of kitchen tools with sustainable credentials. The multi-functional, heat resistant Enjoy 2in1Tools are made from 95% recycled materials, and include a combined vegetable skimmer and potato masher.

Resource Tools are made from 90% recycled materials. The range includes a spoon, ladle, turner and long turner. Like the 2in1 Tools, they are heat resistant, dishwasher safe and stain resistant.


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