reducing consumption through awareness-raising measures > introducing design requirements, such as connecting caps to bottles > introducing labelling requirements, to inform consumers about the plastic content of products, The different member states have designed their own laws to implement the Single-Use Plastics Directive. And some such as France have decided to add to the list with most fruit and vegetable packaging, plastic tea bags, confetti and plastic toys offered as part of kids menus also being banned. New questions about the future of pandemic plastics have been raised as well as a question about a lack of legislation on cigarette buds, but this directive is a good start for a plastic-free future in the EU. Read more: https://www.dw.com/en/5-things-to-know-about-the-eu-single-use-plastics-ban/a-58109909">