Not Simply a Tasty Treat, Edamame Becomes Its Own Packaging

Not Simply a Tasty Treat, Edamame Becomes Its Own Packaging

Thanks to some crafty ideation from Hardy Boys and THB Disturbance, eating this snack is the first stage in sustainable fast food

Jason Brick
  • 8 september 2015

Let’s face it—fast food doesn’t have a great reputation. Beyond the health concerns and sustainability issues, packaging from fast food meals is only slightly behind plastic water bottles as a serious litter and sustainability problem. The Hardy Boys agency, in partnership with THB Disturbance, are offering a partial solution with a fast snack that contributes to sustainability by becoming its own packaging.

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