KFC Canada to eliminate 40 million pieces of plastic cutlery annually with new compostable cutlery

CANADA – American fast-food restaurant chain, KFC had announced that select restaurants in Canada will begin testing a new fibre-based ‘spork’ in December in an effort to test a sustainability plan that will see the elimination of millions of plastics from its production chain. The fast-food chain says that beyond the testing period, it plans to permanently introduce the compostable cutlery across the entire Canadian chain eliminating up to 40 million pieces of plastic waste from its operations. According to KFC, the new ‘spork’ combines fork and spoon into one…

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