McDonald’s Switches From Styrofoam to Paper Cups

Chain is making the switch at all of their 14,000 restaurants in America


McDonald’s stopped using Styrofoam packaging for its burgers back in the 1990’s, but now it’s making the switch for hot beverages after tests proved successful. The timing couldn’t be better now that consumers prefer more eco-friendly packaging, while some cities and states are considering bans on Styrofoam. To read more, click HERE.

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