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The federal agency says there’s no evidence to support the restaurant-opposed move.
The fast-casual chain has added a section where customers can pick up components for a meal assembled at home.
Amid growing public pressure, chains are replacing their plastic straws, but doing so won’t be easy, or cheap.
The burger chain said it is committing $5 million to a partnership to develop a recyclable or compostable cup.
Some of the sweeping changes affecting restaurants brought smaller but noteworthy quick alterations in recent days. Here's a chance to catch up on Chick-fil-A's new venture, what's happening in delivery, and an important new twist on straw bans.
The industry’s breakup with plastic straws has happened at a breathtaking pace.
Under what are believed to be the most sweeping restrictions in the country, operators can no longer use plastic straws, drink picks or disposable utensils without risk of a $250 fine.
The company is switching to paper in the U.K. and Ireland and will look at alternatives to plastic straws in other countries.
After a six-month grace period, the familiar foam packaging will be banned.
As more chains vie for off-premise sales, the need to differentiate is prompting late entrants to think about what should carry their food.