Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement
Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement

Letters | Candy makers must face bitter truth about their plastic pollution

  • Food wrappers topped the list of plastic waste in the ocean, according to data collected from coastal cleanups worldwide
  • Hong Kong produced 340 million plastic candy wrappers in 2019, with the category accounting for 13 per cent of all wrappers

Topic |   Environment
Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement
Different kinds of sachets litter the ground in the Philippines. Our grab-and-go culture means packaging has grown smaller and more numerous. Photo: Break Free From Plastic Movement
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