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30 days ago

Hello Everyone! I would be extremely grateful you could spare a couple of minutes to fill in my online survey

Glen from Paraparaumu

Hi There!

I would be extremely grateful you could spare a couple of minutes to fill in my online survey where I am looking for your views on plastic packaging and single-use bags in New Zealand supermarkets.

The questionnaire is completely anonymous and an important part of the research paper I need to complete my MBA.

You can complete it online at docs.google.com...

Thank you so much for your support, you are all fantastic!

Glen Olsen

PS: If you could also like this post that would be amazing!

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