Burger King will no longer serve plastic toys alongside the burgers and fries in its children’s meals, saving an estimated 320 tonnes of single-use plastic each year.
Plastic toys off the menu at Burger King
The fast-food giant will save an estimated 320 tonnes of single-use plastic each year with a blanket ban on plastic toy giveaways in the UK
Written by Rhys Thomas
Posted 19.09.2019 | Retail
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