Subscribers of the British edition of Creative Review will get their February issue delivered in a compostable bag instead of the regular plastic that protect most magazines through shipping.

Subscribers of the British edition of  Creative Review will get their February issue delivered in a compostable bag  instead of the regular plastic that protect most magazines through shipping. The first option is to just bury it in the ground to decompose. The more creative alternative, is to use it for growing tomatoes (seeds included, soil not) -  planting the whole bag-based garden when spring comes.

Creative Review has collaborated with Cyberpac, a packaging company with environmentally friendly and compostable products, as a way of rethinking the distribution of the magazine and encourage their readers to get those hands dirty.

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