Improve reusable container initiative by food delivery firms to boost take-up rate

Improve reusable container initiative by food delivery firms to boost take-up rate

26/10/2020 5:45:00 PM

Improve reusable container initiative by food delivery firms to boost take-up rate

I refer to the article “Food delivery firms offering reusable containers in response to alarm at rising waste levels amid Covid-19”; Oct 9. The increase in prevalence of food delivery companies offering the option to use reusable food containers is a reassuring move. However, there are certain limitations with the reusable container initiative.

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