- San Diego is approaching a full ban on styrofoam products. If you live in San Diego, or are planning to visit anytime soon, you should plan on the possibility of bringing your own take-out containers. According to the Times of San Diego, “In line with the city’s Climate Action Plan, the ordinance will prohibit the sale and distribution of food service ware and food trays made in whole or in part from polystyrene foam. This includes bowls, plates, trays, cups, lids and other similar items designed for one-time use for prepared foods, including containers for dine-in, takeout food and leftovers. In addition to food containers, the ordinance will include egg cartons, coolers, pool toys and other polystyrene foam items that are difficult to recycle.”
Source: Times of San Diego. Read the full article here.
- McDonald’s Canada is making impactful changes. It was just announced that the fast-food giant will be making changes that will affect the health of the planet. It has been stated that McDonald’s Canada will be working to create 100% of guest packaging renewable, recycled or certified sources by the end of 2025.
Source: Yahoo Life. Read the full article here.
- Kitchen United has just secured funding from Kroger Co and Restaurant Brands International Inc. With 200 locations around the United States, Kitchen United operates as a hub of ghost kitchens. According to a release published on Yahoo Finance, “Kitchen United’s proprietary technology enables customers to order from multiple prepared food and consumer goods brands on the same ticket and with the same delivery driver.”
Source: Yahoo Finance. Read the full article here.