Sales of some vegetables have soared by up to per cent following moves by a number of New Zealand supermarkets to ditch plastic packaging. A group of New World supermarkets have abandoned the use of plastic wrapping for virtually all of their fruit and vegetables in a project labelled 'food in the nude'. Pioneered by the New World store at Bishopdale in Christchurch, it has led to stunning sales figures. By wrapping products in plastic we sanitise and deprive people of this experience; it dispensing with plastic was a huge driver for us.
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Australia 's national art gallery has begun hosting nude-only after-hours viewings of an exhibition by an American artist, who wanted people to see his work without clothing. The tours are conducted in groups of 50 for people aged over 18, who hand over their clothes and receive them back after viewing the series of works by artist James Turrell. We did a naked cartwheel together, in the National Gallery of Australia. Stuart Ringholt, who has been conducting the tours, said seeing the works naked "liberates the spirit".