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Takeout creates a lot of trash. It doesn't have to.

Even if you are one of the virtuous few who try to make a home-cooked meal every night, some nights cry out for takeout or delivery. Someone else taking care of dinner for you after a long day — it can be just what the doctor ordered.

And it’s popular: Food delivery is a $43 billion business in the US today. It is projected to grow significantly as it becomes easier to access and hungry consumers get accustomed to the new options — services that shop for you, deliver fully cooked meals from your favorite restaurants, and specialize in handy meal kits.

In many cases, not only are these services delivering food, they’re delivering lots of extra stuff: bags, boxes, wrapping, napkins,…

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