McDonald's announces big change as it axes plastic cutlery

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McDonald’s is axing plastic cutlery in favour of paper-based spoons, knives and forks across England and Wales. The fast-food giant said it hopes the move will eliminate 858 metric tonnes of plastic each year.

The new cutlery is made from renewable, FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified pressed-paper and is fully recyclable and compostable, McDonald’s said.


Source: SuffolkLive


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