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China’s environmental push away from plastics having knock on effects in paper industry, bubble tea shops

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Over the past few weeks, bubble tea lovers in China have been trying to get used to one thing that many of them were prepared for: paper straws.The roll-out of paper straws at numerous bubble tea shops across China to replace the traditional plastic alternative is down to Beijing’s new policy initiative to reduce environmental pollution by cutting down on the use of plastic products.By the end of last year, single-use plastic straws were banned in all restaurants, while factories must stop…

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Over the past few weeks, bubble tea lovers in China have been trying to get used to one thing that many of them were prepared for: paper straws.The roll-out of paper straws at numerous bubble tea shops across China to replace the traditional plastic alternative is down to Beijing’s new policy initiative to reduce environmental pollution by cutting down on the use of plastic products.By the end of last year, single-use plastic straws were banned in all restaurants, while factories must stop…

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