Heinz baked beans and Quaker rolled oats are just some of the unique ice cream flavors that are offered to Londoners.
Pfizer buys Global Blood to have another source that will increase its annual profits as a slowdown in COVID medicine demand is expected.
The production and importation of of disposable forks, knives, and spoons increased during the pandemic.
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According to Coca-Cola, 47 nations will have moved from green to clear Sprite bottles by the end of 2021, and over 70 additional markets will have joined that list by the end of this year.
The team aims for a 75 percent reduction in scope three emissions and a final 25 percent carbon removal by 2030.
Asked if the companies were adequately addressing climate change risks, 55 percent of respondents said no.
Starbucks experiments with eco-friendly reusable steel cups in Japan
Starbucks Coffee Japan Ltd. will begin offering takeaway drinks in stainless steel rental cups in 10 stores in the Marunouchi district of Tokyo on a trial basis beginning Monday.
The initiative is aimed at reducing disposable cup usage.
The coffee chain would determine whether to fully utilize the rental cup program based on the results of the trial.
Customers can order any drink with the rental cup.
Starbucks Japan will require customers to return the rental cups made within three days.
The cups would then be washed by an outsourced service provider.
The stainless steel cups have high thermal insulation and come with lids to make them easy to carry around.
Starbucks Japan will use the Line free messaging app to manage the cup rentals.