War on plastic: Pernod Ricard dumps plastic straws

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Pernod Ricard is the latest firm to take action on single-use plastics | Credit: rkit on Pixabay
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Pernod Ricard is the latest firm to take action on single-use plastics | Credit: rkit on Pixabay

The company joins a growing number of businesses taking action on single-use plastics

French beverage giant Pernod Ricard yesterday became the latest corporate to wage war on plastic waste, announcing plans to halt the use of plastic straws and stirrers across its business. The owner...

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