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Burger King Makes Change To Better The Environment

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Burger King Makes Change To Better The Environment

Burger King Makes Change To Better The Environment

Burger King in the U.K. wants to make a positive environmental impact by removing plastic toys from kids’ meals.

The decision was made after two young sisters created a petition with more than half a million signatures against plastic toys.

According to CNN, the fast-food company said around 320 tonnes of single-use plastic will be saved each year.

The company also said it will install containers so that old plastic toys can be recycled and used to build play areas.

Burger King said removing plastic toys is “part of a wider initiative to reduce our impact on the environment.”

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