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>Propaganda is even written on water
What kind of society is America?
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>>389930049
Honestly does seem superior to plastic bottles.
Glass > aluminum cans > paper cartons > plastic bottles.
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>>389930049
I'm just happy the boxes are white
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>>389930251
clay>everything
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>>389930049
>reducing plastic waste is propaganda
why are /pol/tards like this
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>>389930049
Anon, you do realize plastic turns you gay right?
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>>389930049
Honestly plastic is a cancerous product in many ways, if we can reduce it as much as possible then we can go back to quality products again.
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>>389930679
So McDonalds turned America gay?
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>>389930679
>>389930683
The inside of the carton is coated in plastic you fags
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>>389930049
>BLACK LIVES MATTER boxed water
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>>389930908
Not in my headcanon
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>>389930818
Yep
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>>389930049
>What kind of society is America?
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>>389930049
Unironically good presentation.
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>>389931117
Heres your box of water bro
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>>389930251
the tetrapack boxes are lined with plastic on the inside to make them waterproof
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r7_SFdSdE4
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>>389931637
>secret
kek
Aluminum like many other metals is reactive. Contrary to popular belief it does corrode. If you let it sit in contact with food, some part of it will seep into the food especially if it's on acidic side.
Honestly I'd rather have thin layer of plastic in contact with my food rather than bare aluminum.
Aluminum compounds that form with acidic foods are responsible for accelerating Alzheimer's disease as one of more notable examples.
/pol/s obsession with sensing conspiracies about things they don't understand or lack knowledge about like some ancient Greeks conjuring up myths about why seasons exist is hilarious at best and downright dangerous at worst.
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>>389932976
true, i noticed this when i was making some pickled onions and put some aluminum foil over it because i was out of cling foil, literally corroded small holes into the foil.
I'd prefer cardboard containers for food etc. but cba to buy it so just use plastic even though it's not the most desirable.
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>>389930049
Enjoy the taste leakables from the internal plastic coating of TetraPak.
The best storage material is glass, under all points of view (chemical inertia, environment, etc.)
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>>389930049
War on plastic is good, but activism-industry rhetorical style is cringe.
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>>389930049
How is it not in almost every aspect?...assuming the purity of water is the same as any other standard bottled water.
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>>389930471
Clay? What liquids do you buy that come in clay containers?
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>>389934070
The only problem I can see is if the thin lining that kinds of cartons often have is more prone to fragmenting and forming dangerous microplastics etc than full plastic bottles.
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>>389934163
wine for example
it's rare because it's too good
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>>389934163
>poland
Mud cookies and milk i suppose
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>>389931399
Aluminium cans are also lined with plastic on the inside. I'd guess glass is only one with the containts not touching plastic
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>>389930679
it's not just BPA either, all plasticizers turn you into a fag
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https://www.tetrapak.com/campaigns/go-nature-go-carton/sustainablepackaging/tetra-rex

My carton said 100% plant based made, so checking their site seems to indicate they have replaced plastic with "polymers derived from sugarcane."
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>>389935629
I prefer glass even in the absence of environmental/health/etc concerns. Drinking from cold glass just feels so much more refreshing. Glass also feels less "dirty" to reuse. It's really easy to keep a glass bottle clean for years. Plastic bottles get scratched up when you scrub them, and micropockets of grime accumulate in the scratches that makes future cleaning more difficult.
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>>389930049
they dont hide it anymore
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>>389930049
>lined with plastic
>unrecyclable
perfect.
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>>389936382
burning is recycling in newspeak
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>>389930049
> plastic bottle bad
> cardboard lined with plastic good

I know it’s hard to tell the difference sometimes, but this is just marketing.

Marketing trying to sell a business decision to save money that ultimately resulted in their packaging looking god awful. They present it under the guise of being environmentally friendly but it’s really Jews being cheap. Shocking I know
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>>389936978
90% cardboard lined with plastic is still a massive reduction in the amount of plastic being produced.



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