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A viral petition for McDonald’s and Burger King to get rid of their plastic toys was started by two kids.

Jul 10 2019

A viral petition for McDonald's and Burger King to get rid of their plastic toys was started by two kids. More young consumers are pushing brands to be zero-waste, and when the nine and seven-year-old learned about pollution, they decided they wanted to combat the problem at the source—not just by recycling at home. Their petition calling for a ban on plastic toys from the brands has racked up over 344,000 signatures. Now, McDonald’s has issued a statement that they’re looking into “more sustainable” toys and will test out non-plastic toys in the U.K. (CNBC)