You may not think of the provider of a late-night greasy fix as the most environmentally sound company, but Taco Bell has already made a few moves toward cleaning up its footprint: recyclable cold cups and lids? They began rolling out in 2018. Vegetarian options? They were always there, though a 2019 menu highlighted those bean-based meals. Paper bags instead of plastic? Customers have been bringing home their tacos that way for years. And next up for Taco Bell: a pledge to make all its packaging recyclable, compostable, or reusable by 2025.
As part of its 2020 commitments, Taco Bell says it will convert all consumer-facing packaging—that’s anything the customer comes into contact with when they order food, like the wraps around tacos or the physical box that holds the $5 Cravings Box items—to be either reusable, recyclable, or compostable at all locations across the globe within the next five years.
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