Reusable AND returnable take-out containers and cups available at Tim Hortons?! Yep! You’re not dreaming. The announcement was made last week: in 2021, Tim Hortons will launch a partnership with Loop, a provider of reusable, returnable containers, offering customers at some Toronto locations the ability to get their food and beverages in reusable packaging that they can bring back on their next visit. After three years of advocating for reusable solutions like a reusable cup-share program, this is a real step in the right direction for Canada’s most iconic Top 5 Plastic Polluters . Tim Hortons® to test a reusable, returnable cup and food packaging program with zero-waste platform Loop (CNW Group/Tim Hortons) –> Check out our reaction here and how we propose Tim Hortons can build on this move! Starbucks on the other hand still hasn’t responded to our public call to in the very least reintroduce reusable cups in its coffee shops in Canada — as the company did so in Europe, Middle-East and Africa — despite health experts saying reusables are a safe option during the pandemic with basic sanitation in place. What’s wrong with disposable cups? Although the federal government has not seen fit to […]

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