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How To Eat On The Go When You're Fed Up With Single-Use Plastics

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How To Eat On The Go When You're Fed Up With Single-Use Plastics

How To Eat On The Go When You're Fed Up With Single-Use Plastics

Single-use plastic, such as water bottles, straws, and bags, contribute to much of the pollution worldwide.

For example, nearly 2 million plastic bags are used per minute, and takeout orders make up around 269,000 tons of plastic waste that's entered our oceans.

But according to Business Insider, there a number of affordable ways to wean yourself off of single-use plastic.

For starters, get a reusable water bottle and reusable travel mug or thermos.

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