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Starbucks is speeding the development of its ‘greener stores’

The coffee giant is opening a location in Shanghai that will eliminate paper receipts and use reusable cups.

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The owner of Burger King wants to make its cars, buildings and even its cows greener

Restaurant Brands International, which also operates Popeyes and Tim Hortons, on Wednesday vowed to cut its emissions by 50% by 2030.

Robert et Fils’ beverage director repurposes leftover sweet and savory ingredients into inventive cocktails and nonalcoholic drinks.

From scratch-made bowls to next-gen meal kits, Culinary Director Jhonny Castro is differentiating the fast casual from its competitors.

More than ever, consumers everywhere are interested and engaged with learning about where their food comes from—and that includes where and how their beef is raised.

The company plans to transition to paper straws in Canada early next year.

Single-use plastic straws would also be prohibited under the measure, which has yet to be signed into law by Gov. Murphy.

The chain, which is phasing out the use of plastic straws, is now making available recyclable strawless lids.

The burger giant has a partnership with packaging service Loop to start using reusable cups in the U.K. starting next year.

The $8.5 million project will help Nebraska farmers mitigate the risk of climate change in the production of feed for beef cattle.

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