Takeaway giants order plastic waste crack down

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Deliveroo will give customers the choice to opt out of plastic cutlery | Credit: Akuppa John Wigham
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Deliveroo will give customers the choice to opt out of plastic cutlery | Credit: Akuppa John Wigham

Just Eat to trial option for customers to refuse plastic items, while Deliveroo promises to offer partner restaurants sustainable packaging alternatives

The takeaway sector has become the latest industry to announce far-reaching action to cut its consumption of single-use plastics, as the ripple effects of the public outcry over the issue continue to reverberate...

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