When you buy packaged food at the store, it always comes with at least one strip of cardboard showing you what the food should look like cooked and what’s in it. An oven-bake pizza, for instance, comes with a strip of cardboard for the name, the picture, the nutrients listing, etc. and a strip of cardboard backing the pizza so it isn’t floppy when you take it from the shelf. The pizza itself is simply wrapped in saran wrap. Frankly, that is the only justified bit of soon-to-be garbage. It keeps the germs off your food. But what about all the cardboard? Sure, in theory, cardboard is recyclable. However, a lot of it will not be. This made me think: we all have access to the internet in this country. Why not sell pizzas (and other foods) packaged in the bare minimum and provide food information online? This idea is not new, either. Several companies in the food industry maintain websites with detailed information on their products. One of them is mcdonaldsmenu.info.