Reports: France to ban plastic cups, plates and cutlery from 2020

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Reports: France to ban plastic cups, plates and cutlery from 2020

Legislation requires food sellers and manufacturers to source biodegradable cooking utensils

Non-biodegradable single-use cups, plates and cutlery are set to be banned in France from 2020 in a bid to cut down on waste, according to legislation set out by the country's Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable...

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