McDonalds is taking plastic straws off the menu and replacing with paper straws.
We’ll have fries with that.
It’s great that Maccas is doing something to help the environment and we’re sure the other big chains will follow suit.
Plastic drink lids are $1.70 favourite to be next to go according, to Macca’s regulars, our Traders.
In a move environmentalists have applauded, @maccas says it will spend the next two years phasing out plastic straws and replacing them with paper versions. The trial will start in August, with plans to roll out the change to all outlets by 2020. #TenNews pic.twitter.com/7jUEuWxq1G
— Sandra Sully (@Sandra_Sully) July 18, 2018
KFC is the next in line at $1.82 to ban plastic straws, followed by Hungry Jacks ($4.00) – Donut King is the $21 outsiders.
Funniest thing about all this straws business is, I'm old enough to remember when everyone used to complain about paper straws going soggy, and then in raptures when plastic straws appeared (not just Maccas) https://t.co/FvsKbHVjTu
— asOzAz (@OzAz) July 18, 2018
Maccas is $1,001 to change to environmentally friendly playgrounds and $21 to change burger wrappers…the price of salad containers, to be redressed, is $10.