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Assembly Bill 1884 (Single-Use Plastic Straws)
What is the new law regarding single-use plastic straws?
- Assembly Bill 1884 prohibits full-service restaurants in California from providing single-use plastic straws to the consumer unless requested by the consumer.
What are single-use plastic straws?
- Single-use plastic straw means a single-use, disposable tube made predominantly of plastic derived from either petroleum or a biologically based polymer, such as corn or other plant sources, used to transfer a beverage from a container to the mouth of the person drinking the beverage.
What is considered a full-service restaurant?
- A full-service restaurant is defined as a food facility at which all the following apply:
- The consumer is escorted or assigned to an eating area.
- Food and beverage orders are taken after the consumer has been seated.
- Food and beverages are delivered directly to the consumer.
- The check is delivered directly to the consumer in the dining area.
What are some alternative options that can be given to the consumer without prior request?
- Straw made from non-plastic materials, including, but not limited to:
- Sugar Cane
Can re-useable metal straws be used as an alternative?
- Yes, they can be used as long as they meet the requirements for utensils (California Retail Food Code Section 114130).
- Yes, any food facility owner can elect to stop providing straws, however, straws are often helpful to people with disabilities and keeping straws available upon request is highly recommended.
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Single Use Plastic Straw Ban at Full Service Restaurants