Dissolvable Wrapper Lets You Drink Your Instant Coffee & The Packaging

Dissolvable Wrapper Lets You Drink Your Instant Coffee & The Packaging
Design & Architecture

Revolutionary packaging disappears in water and is also edible.

Yi Chen
  • 16 april 2012

MonoSol has found a smart way to reduce plastic waste by creating water-soluble wrappers. What this essentially means is that you can conveniently dissolve the content along with the packaging in water. It’s perfect for instant food and drinks like hot chocolate, coffee, oatmeal, and soup.

The dissovable film is transparent and looks like plastic. It’s safe to consume, biodegradable, and flavors can even be added. MonoSol has produced other water-soluble products such as clothing, pesticides and detergents.


+Design Update
+Environmental / Green
+fashion / apparel
+plastic waste

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