Reports: McDonald's to pilot alternatives to plastic straws

James Murray
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Reports: McDonald's to pilot alternatives to plastic straws

McDonald's boss tells Sky News fast food giant is to launch plastic straw crackdown, as it explores how to make cup lids recyclable

McDonald's has become the latest big name brand to step up efforts to tackle plastic waste, revealing it is to trial more sustainable alternatives to plastic straws and is closing in on ensuring 100 per...

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