Greenpeace and KFC have long been engaged in a battle revolving around rainforest destruction and the future of the critically endangered Sumatran tiger.
The main complaint raised by these environmentalists against Kentucky Fried Chicken is that, in order for their trademark packaging to be made, forests need to be cut down. Therefore, several animal species, amongst which the Sumatran tiger, are left without their natural habitats.
Although talking to the company’s employees and leaders has proven to be a futile endeavor many times before, Greenpeace members agreed that it is well worth giving it another try.
During their recent visit to KFC Canadian Headquarters, the environmentalists offered company staff coffee and tiger-shaped cookies, hoping that this might make them more aware of their duty towards the natural world.
The conversations which sparked over this green-oriented breakfast might have been friendly enough, but sustainable packaging is bound to still be many menus away.
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