Burger giants back away from plastic straws

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Burger King and Canadian burger outfit A&W Canada both announce straw ban to mark World Oceans Day

Plastic straws are becoming an increasingly toxic feature of restaurant counters on both sides of the Atlantic, with two leading burger chains in Canada and the UK announcing plans to eliminate plastic...

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