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Every Bite Is Pure Joy

PureJoy_1712When I first began photographing the trash I find for my PlanetTrash blog, I always took pictures of McDonald’s litter because there was so much of it around.

Later I read that McDonald’s trash is the most common in Britain. I agree that it is the most common fast food litter that I find.

I have not photographed any McDonald’s litter in quite a while. I could not resist photograghing this bag because of the tagline: Every Bite Is Pure Joy.

Every bite of the honeydew melon I ate earlier today was pure joy. I do not associate pure joy with any food item from McDonalds.

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McDonald's waste makes up largest proportion of fast food litt…

Wrappers and cups from McDonald’s meals make up nearly a third of fast food litter on Britain’s streets, according to a survey. By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent

Last Updated: 12:43PM GMT 13 Jan 2009

Keep Britain Tidy looked at litter in 10 cities over two days in the first attempt to discover which brand names were most commonly discarded.

Fast food litter was second to cigarette ends in littering the country’s streets and 29 per cent of that was from McDonald’s restaurants, followed by boxes and cups from unbranded kebab and fast food shops. Greggs the bakers generated almost a fifth of the fast food litter, followed by Kentucky Fried Chicken, Subway and a number of coffee brands.

I discovered the same thing in the United States last January as recorded on my blog, The Earth Is Not a Trash Can.

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McDonald’s waste makes up largest proportion of fast food litt…

Wrappers and cups from McDonald’s meals make up nearly a third of fast food litter on Britain’s streets, according to a survey. By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent

Last Updated: 12:43PM GMT 13 Jan 2009

Keep Britain Tidy looked at litter in 10 cities over two days in the first attempt to discover which brand names were most commonly discarded.

Fast food litter was second to cigarette ends in littering the country’s streets and 29 per cent of that was from McDonald’s restaurants, followed by boxes and cups from unbranded kebab and fast food shops. Greggs the bakers generated almost a fifth of the fast food litter, followed by Kentucky Fried Chicken, Subway and a number of coffee brands.

I discovered the same thing in the United States last January as recorded on my blog, The Earth Is Not a Trash Can.

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McDonald's Egg McMuffin is Trash

I didn’t know what this food was when I first spotted it. Well, I knew that the first one was bread. I’m certain that it’s an aging Egg McMuffin from the evil empire of McDonald’s.

I ate an Egg McMuffin, when these “food” items were first introduced. I never ate a second one. Neither did the person who dropped this one.

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McDonald’s Egg McMuffin is Trash

I didn’t know what this food was when I first spotted it. Well, I knew that the first one was bread. I’m certain that it’s an aging Egg McMuffin from the evil empire of McDonald’s.

I ate an Egg McMuffin, when these “food” items were first introduced. I never ate a second one. Neither did the person who dropped this one.

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Fast Food Trash Finale

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Here are the final pictures I took the day I found all the fast food litter (Taco Bell and White Castle) on Newsom Station Road. You know what it tastes like; you know what it looks like; you know what it tastes like a few hours later; you now know what it looks like days later on the street.

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Feel free to contact the fast food vendors and let them know how you feel about their clients trashing our earth. Remember, too, that my dog once refused to eat a McDonald’s burger.

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McDonalds Is the King of Litter

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We find more trash from McDonalds fast food than any other. I consider McDonalds an evil empire.

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If we could eliminate all the meat processing that supplies McDonalds, global warming would be a thing of the past.

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