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sustainable packaging two promo.png Left: Hoffmaster’s; right: Mooyah Burgers, Fries and Shakes
Hoffmaster’s recently introduced wood cutlery sets are similarly priced to plastic sets. For takeout and delivery orders Mooyah Burgers, Fries and Shakes uses an eco-friendly clamshell — when it’s available.

Pandemic-fueled demand for to-go packaging leaves operators scrambling to find better-for-the-planet options

Shortages are easing, but operators still have to compromise

Over the last few years — in the before times — many chain restaurants had begun making the move to sustainable packaging. But when the onset of the pandemic pushed more restaurants into the takeout and delivery space, a product shortage ensued.

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