I would have to say that it hasn't changed much in the Montreal and Toronto areas of Canada.
All meats are still packagedd in styrofoam trays and wrapped in stretch. Small fruit berries are in clear plastic, sometimes with stretch. Some stores have loose mushrooms and paper bags, but not many. Most are little plastic bins with stretch.
Apples, oranges can be bought in plastic bags or individually with plastic (impossible to open clingy) bags supplied. Peaches, pears in season are often sold in paper/cardboard baskets. Grapes in plastic bags,
Bananas are not!
Large vegies in your picture, if cut are wrapped. Not whole squash, cabbages, etc.
Cheeses are in plastic although some of what are referred to as specialty are in coated paper or little boxes. Brie's and camembert are plastic.
Truth to tell - and probably the reason for the plastic wrap - is I (the consumer) need/want to see what I'm buying.
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