Global icon to replace polluting foam with paper alternative in all 14,000 US outlets following shareholder resolution
McDonald's has agreed to use paper cups rather than polystyrene foam cups to hold hot drinks at all its 14,000 US outlets following a concerted campaign by green groups. The move comes after sustainable...
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