Ask UK supermarkets to take pesticide products off their shelves

We are calling on supermarkets to end the sale of synthetic pesticide products in their gardening range. Thanks to your action, Waitrose and the Co-op have already removed these poisons from their shelves, but we need the rest of the UK’s biggest supermarkets to do the same.

CEOs care about their supermarket’s public image and they have the clout to make big changes. As a customer, you have the power to sound the alarm and tell your supermarket to take these poisons off their shelves. Take our quick online action below. 

A personalised message is likely to have more impact so do feel free to edit the text to explain why this issue is so important to you. You can choose to email all UK supermarkets or just the ones you shop at regularly. 


  Aldi – Giles Hurley, UK Chief Executive
  Asda - Kris Comerford, Chief Commercial Officer
  Lidl – Ryan McDonnell, Managing Director
  Morrisons - Rami Baitiéh, CEO
  Sainsbury's - Simon Roberts, CEO
  Tesco - Matthew Barnes, CEO

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