by Rabobank

Can consumers make their takeaways more sustainable?

The takeaway delivery boom sparked by pandemic lockdowns shows no sign of abating, with global growth forecast to jump from $120bn in 2021 to $300bn in 2027. But as Neville Hawcock reports, convenience can carry a high cost in terms of CO2 emissions from the preparation, packaging and transportation of fast food. So what can consumers do to make their slice of home delivery more sustainable?

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