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Ketchup Packets Could Be Next To Go In Fight Against Single-Use Plastics

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Right now, everybody is discussing how we can reduce single-use plastics. On the large scale, the European Union is looking to ban ten types of single-use plastic. Costa Rica is the first country hoping to ban single-use plastic entirely. In our day to day lives, plastic is everywhere, and it can feel unavoidable. The good news is, cutting back on how much single-use plastic we use is pretty easy, once you plan ahead and invest in a few reusable items.

But there's also the single-use plastic that comes to us automatically. For example: ketchups packets. Those familiar Heinz ketchup packets we see at many restaurants, and especially in our take-out containers, may be up for a green makeover.