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Environmental Concerns

  1. environmental concerns
    Every New York City Restaurant That Will Eliminate Plastic StrawsThe entire Union Square Hospitality Group, Starbucks, Estela, and more.
  2. the chain gang
    Starbucks Will Go Strawless by 2020In doing so, the coffee chain will keep an estimated 1 billion plastic straws out of landfills.
  3. structural issues
    The Rest of That Kentucky Bourbon Warehouse Collapsed on July 4Good timing, in a sense.
  4. environmental concerns
    Pour One Out for This Bourbon Barrel Collapse in KentuckyNearly 10,000 barrels came tumbling out of a Kentucky distillery warehouse last Friday.
  5. environmental concerns
    This Is How Plastic Straws EndIt’s just a matter of time before we all suck a little less.
  6. environmental concerns
    Danny Meyer’s Restaurants Will Eliminate Plastic StrawsAll Union Square Hospitality Group restaurants will switch to biodegradable straws.
  7. environmental concerns
    The Plastic Straw–pocalypse Is Coming. What Will it Mean for Boba?With straw bans looming, bubble-tea vendors will become environmental pioneers.
  8. environmental concerns
    These Farmers Stopped Tyson From Opening a Plant in KansasWorried about pollution, they successfully protested.
  9. Environmental Concerns
    Tyson Foods Could Very Well Be America’s Worst Water PolluterAccording to EPA data, it’s worse than ExxonMobil and Koch Industries combined.
  10. Mediavore
    Bimbo Acquires Sara Lee’s Bakery Business; Libya Offers Food Money toPlus: Good magazine takes issue with Costco even after the big-box agreed to stop selling endangered fish; and Campbell’s Soup Co. works to curb a health crisis that it and other food companies helped create, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Environmental Concerns
    You Can Eat (Some) Oysters, AgainTurns out some restaurants in town are already buying environmentally sound oysters.
  12. Aw Shucks!
    Aw Shucks! Oysters Are DoomedIf changes aren’t made soon to alleviate the stresses on their natural habitats, the beloved bivalves are doomed.
  13. Mediavore
    Flyers Fans Can Now Drink Beer Nine Times Faster; With Groceries Amazon Takes aPlus: Road salt has a harmful impact on fish and aquatic life when it enters waterways, and food inflation is a huge item on the agenda at the World Economic Forum, all in our morning news roundup.
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