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New “Smart” Food Packaging Made From Corn

A team of scientists from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore have unveiled a biodegradable, waterproof and antibacterial food packaging. The “smart” packaging...

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Plant-based meat only “part of the equation”: Charley St launches vegan alternatives in compostable pouches

Plant-based meat brand Charley St is launching its chorizo and bolognese alternatives in industrially compostable pouches. According to Dwyer, plant-based companies are “well-suited” to lead this packaging transition as plant-based...

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Brand develops edible seaweed-based packaging to reach the market soon

London-based startup Notpla (formerly Skipping Rocks Lab) has created a range of biodegradable packaging from seaweed and plants. The company first started in 2014 with their “Ooho” product, an edible packaging for liquids. Ooho resembles a bubble...

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SPAR Switzerland Introduces Sustainably Packed Milk

SPAR Switzerland, in collaboration with the Faireswiss co-operative, is offering ‘fairly-produced’ milk in sustainable packaging across its network. The initiative guarantees producers a set price per litre, and the product is available...

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Lipstick made from algae comes in refillable, biodegradable packaging

The beauty and personal care market is constantly growing. Whilst the industry attempts to be more sustainable, single-use plastics continue to be produced, filling up landfills. With the awareness that the beauty...

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Compostable packaging made from agriculture waste

Using agricultural waste materials, German startup Traceless has created three new types of packaging. All three are designed specifically as a replacement for high-volume single-use plastics. The new materials are...

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Green box

The success story of eco-friendly packaging only slowed down during the pandemic, but it didn’t stop. We learned from Gábor Győrvári, managing director of Indepack Magyarország Kft. that 20-22 percent...

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