Why we’re changing the packaging on our baby wipes

At Asda, we know how passionate our customers are about our Little Angels Range and from the moment their little ones arrive to the first adventures of toddlerhood, we are proud that our products are…

Our new chicken packaging is better for customers … and the planet

As part of our commitment to reduce plastic waste we’re trialling a new kind of packaging on our fresh chicken that will cut plastic waste by 75 tonnes every year. From 20th May we’ll be swapping the…

Why our proposed new contract would mean we can serve our customers better

There’s long been a saying in our industry that “The only thing constant in retail is change”. That remains as true today as it has ever been, perhaps even more so. Increasingly, we see that…

Why we believe it's important to do our part to support the fight against knife crime

Reports of knife crime – and tragic deaths resulting from attacks – are becoming a more and more regular part of our daily life. These attacks, particularly those involving young people, have an…

How apprenticeships help our colleagues to build skills for the future

At Asda, we’ve a great range of training programmes to support our colleagues to take their next step in their career journey; our apprenticeships are a big part of this. Over the past seven years…

Reducing our reliance on single-use plastics

The Collins English Dictionary has named ‘single-use’ as its word of the year – showing again just how much plastic reduction has come to the forefront of people’s minds.We know that we have a…

What we’re doing to make sure customers are suitably informed about allergens

At Asda we know that our customers want to be fully informed about what’s in the food they buy so that they can make the best choices for their specific dietary needs. We work hard to make sure we…

Our plan to get to 100% sustainable soya

We rely on forests. From paper, timber and medicines to soya and palm oil, forests are crucial to many everyday products. Forests provide places where people and animals thrive. They also help to…

How we’ve been working to reduce food waste

One of our company mottos at Asda is ‘We hate waste of any kind’, and that principle has guided the way we’ve worked to reduce food waste over many years. It makes both business sense and moral…

We’re releasing figures on the amount of plastic we use

Earlier this year Asda became one of the first supermarkets to make a firm commitment to how we would reduce the amount of plastic in our business.We did this because we recognise we have a…