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cryptkeeper
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Louisiana
Member since Sep 2018
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Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
So Burger King is going to begin testing reusable containers. This will go over really well.


WBRZ Burger King

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Customers will be offered a choice to go with old packaging or opt in for reusable packaging for menu items such as sandwiches, soft drinks and coffee. They can then return the reusable sandwich container or beverage cup to Burger King restaurants to be cleaned and reused. Those who opt-in will be charged a small deposit fee at the time of their purchase, and once the packaging is returned, their fee will be refunded to them.
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jbgleason
LSU Fan
BTR, suck it all you haters
Member since Mar 2012
14663 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Yeah. Gonna have to say no to that.
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Upperdecker
US Space Force Fan
St. George, LA
Member since Nov 2014
23114 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Burger King virtue signal ACTIVATE

(Ignore all the obese people in line)


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sabes que
Member since Jan 2010
5425 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Burger King is awful, their burgers have an overwhelming onion taste.


RollTide1987
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Washington, D.C.
Member since Nov 2009
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re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers


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Salmon
USA Fan
On the trails
Member since Feb 2008
74462 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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Customers will be offered a choice to go with old packaging or opt in for reusable packaging for menu items such as sandwiches, soft drinks and coffee. They can then return the reusable sandwich container or beverage cup to Burger King restaurants to be cleaned and reused.

Those who opt-in will be charged a small deposit fee at the time of their purchase, and once the packaging is returned, their fee will be refunded to them.


% of people that opt-in for this? <1%?


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LSUlefty
LSU Fan
Youngsville, LA
Member since Dec 2007
22625 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
When done right a BK burger is good. The problem is they hire the worst employees.


Sao
SMU Fan
East Texas Piney Woods
Member since Jun 2009
45783 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers

Those are going to look awful scattered on Louisiana highways.


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Oilfieldbiology
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2016
19662 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Sooooo,




Plates?
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upgrayedd
US Space Force Fan
Lifting at Tobin's house
Member since Mar 2013
112806 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Maybe BK should focus on getting orders right and getting people through the line in less than 20 minutes before they start guiding the lily


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LNCHBOX
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re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Great timing to come out with this during a pandemic


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tigerpimpbot
Jacksonville St. Fan
Florida Board
Member since Nov 2011
58462 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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to be cleaned




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sabes que
Member since Jan 2010
5425 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
They consistently have the worst service, it doesn’t matter if you’re in New Orleans, New York or fricking Mexico, they will be slow as hell.
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Steadyhands
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Slightly above I-10
Member since May 2016
3706 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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Those who opt-in will be charged a small deposit fee at the time of their purchase, and once the packaging is returned, their fee will be refunded to them.


So you have to pay more to get who knows what kind of dirty, germ infected container...and then you have to spend extra time to return it for the deposit.

This sort of virtue signaling is for people who likely don't even eat at BK.


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sleepytime
Member since Feb 2014
2699 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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The problem is they hire the worst employees.


When BK workers are fired due to incompetence, Popeyes must hire them.


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cable
Member since Oct 2018
3937 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
I haven’t had BK in 25 years


fishfighter
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
39908 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
Agree 100% as nasty as their places are.


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goofball
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2015
8269 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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Burger King to begin testing reusable containers



They should try testing some edible food.


sabes que
Member since Jan 2010
5425 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
And you’re a better man for it.


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OMFGKenny
New Orleans Saints Fan
Boothville-Venice
Member since Jan 2013
938 posts

re: Burger King to begin testing reusable containers
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They should try testing some edible food.

I really don’t understand how they stay in business. My local one is a ghost town and you never hear someone say “Let’s go to Burger King.”


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