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A British retail giant is making it easy for customers to measure their carbon footprints, when it comes to purchasing common household items. Tesco slaps a label on many of its products, including orange juice, laundry detergent, and recently added toilet paper, indicating the amount of CO2 emissions generated in the items’ production. 

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