Tesco is making a major change to its loo rolls for important reason
Tesco is making a major change to its loo rolls in partnership with Dame Deborah James. The bowel cancer fundraiser is currently receiving end of life care at her parents’ home.
But she is still doing everything that she can to raise awareness of the disease. Today (Saturday, June 25) she announced a new partnership with Tesco.
It comes after Deborah recently urged all supermarkets to display signs of bowel cancer on toilet rolls. Packs of the supermarket’s Luxury Soft loo roll will now feature the signs and symptoms of the disease.
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Announcing the news, Deborah wrote on Instagram: “I’m so proud to be exclusively partnering with @tescofood to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer on of their Luxury Soft loo roll. Together with WEPA UK they are donating £300,000 to Bowelbabe Fund for @cr_uk If you’ve noticed any unusual changes to your bowel habits talk to your GP, visit a Tesco Pharmacist or see more online at Cancer Research UK (link in bio).”
Aldi has already announced it will introduce the change to packaging and toilet roll brand Andrex has also committed to the change.
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Source: Healthy Duck.