Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout
Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout
China Society

Lawsuit turns up the heat on China’s food delivery market over tide of waste

The Green Volunteer League of Chongqing is suing Baidu, Meituan and Ele.me for hard-selling disposable chopsticks and spoons on meal-ordering platforms

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Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout
Disposable chopsticks fill the back of a truck in China. The boom in online food delivery is complicating a crackdown on plastic utensils and containers. Photo: Handout
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