& # 39; Slap in the face & # 39 ;: Coles faces furious tensions about the latest promotion for collectables, such as calling parents to boycott the supermarket giant – claiming that it doesn't care about children & # 39;
- Coles has announced that their newest Little Shop collection will be put into circulation
- A petition has been released to boycott Coles to release the & # 39; plastic & # 39; items
- Person behind petition said people love packaged products
Supermarket giant Coles was beaten by angry parents after announcing the release of the newest Little Shop range for collectors.
An online petition posted on Sunday has already collected more than 500 signatures in an effort to stop Coles from spreading & # 39; plastic junk & # 39 ;.
The petition doubted the timing of the new promotion.
& # 39; Did you find it stupid that Coles released a new assortment of Little Shop toys during Plastic-free July? & # 39; the petition requested.
An online claimed petition has collected more than 500 signatures to stop Coles from spreading & # 39; plastic junk & # 39;
The person behind the petition said Coles announced their latest range, starting with the July 17 issue, when people moved away from packaged products and started using recycled bags and straws
& # 39; You have just proved that you really do not care about the future of our children through this so-called & # 39; collectable items & # 39; & # 39;
The person behind the petition said that Coles announced their latest range to go into circulation on July 17, when people moved away from packaged products and started using recyclable bags and straws.
& # 39; Here you hand out plastic debris that ends up in landfill or in our oceans & # 39 ;, read the petition.
The writer called for people to boycott the company and stop shopping there.
People went to the Facebook page of the supermarket to express their concerns.
& # 39; The Little Shop mini collectables are designed to retain and not delete customers and customers can choose whether they want to collect or not, & the company responded with concern.
Coles said earlier that the collectibles and the packaging in which they are delivered are fully recyclable.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Coles for comments.
Coles said earlier that the collectables and the packaging in which they arrive are fully recyclable (stock)
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