'Burger King For Good': Fast food giant unveils food and plastic waste goals

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Fast food giant Burger King has published a new "charter" detailing a raft of sustainability goals
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Fast food giant Burger King has published a new "charter" detailing a raft of sustainability goals

Burger King UK sets out raft of targets and ambitions around food waste, plastic use, sustainable packaging, and commodities

Burger King UK has launched a sustainability roadmap that will see the fast food giant use zero single use plastic by 2025, source 100 per cent certified sustainable soy, and pursue a 30 per cent reduction...

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