Today’s Solutions: October 05, 2022

As more companies in the food and beverage industry are beginning to rethink their packing practices, one of America’s biggest fast-food chains is making sure it’s not falling behind.

Taco Bell has recently announced its latest commitments to clean up its environmental footprint by getting its packaging recyclable, compostable, or reusable at all locations across the globe within the next five years. The fast-food restaurant will also be removing environmentally-harmful chemicals from its packaging materials, as well as committing to “celebrate vegetarian” options, expanding the all-vegetarian menu they launched in 2019.

But the emphasis in their new initiative will be on changing a major part of the fast-food experience by using reusable dine-in options in stores where that’s an option, and working recycling and composting into their store models.

Taco Bell’s newest commitments show that bigger brands are starting to take more accountability, and we’re excited to see if more good news like this will surface from the industry in 2020.

Solutions News Source Print this article
More of Today's Solutions

The world’s whitest paint may soon make travel even cooler

The world's whitest paint, which has the ability to reflect about 98% of incoming sunlight, was created last year by Purdue University engineers using ...

Read More

How your body benefits from collagen supplements

In recent years, collagen supplements have become quite popular—and for good reason. Collagen, which is the most abundant protein in your body, has a ...

Read More

Jacinda Ardern is showing politicians how to lead during a crisis

As a citizen of any country, the dream is to have a leader who does everything in their power to make sure their country’s ...

Read More

Why you should take your new houseplant out of its plastic pot ASAP

When you purchase a new houseplant, chances are it will come in a plastic pot. Your first order of business should be to transfer ...

Read More