The Toxic Free Food campaign's new research breaks down which fast food companies use healthy gloves and which have room for improvement. Our graphic highlights the 3 companies that uses safer gloves made from polyethylene! 🙌⁠ ⁠ Link in bio for the full article, which includes a petition to stop the use of vinyl gloves in fast food. 🍟⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ ⁠ ⁠
Before hitting that ‘order and confirm’ button 🥡, you might want to check out the most recent article on our website. New studies have shown that people who eat out more than they eat at home are exposed to higher levels of phthalates 😱. Link in bio for more⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ ⁠ ⁠
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Foil containers are also relatively safer. 2) The next best options are plastic containers that are recyclable and marked with the number 2 or the number 5. These plastics are safer and are usually recyclable in most places. 3) Styrofoam is bad. Try to stay away. It leaves yucky chemicals in your food and is horrible for the environment. 4) Those brown cardboard-y bowls that look natural like they should be better for you, but aren't. They basically all have PFAS (like Teflon) chemicals in them. Don't forget to take a picture of your plastic free lunch #BHchallenge .

Before you start ordering and getting all the spicy tuna rolls, check out how heavy metals like mercury can affect your health. Try some rolls full of crab or covered in salmon instead like a spider roll or salmon nigiri.⠀

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