IKEA Will Deliver Your Next Dresser With the Help of Fungi

IKEA Will Deliver Your Next Dresser With the Help of Fungi

Might fibre-based packaging shift retail in an environmentally more friendly direction?

Rob Kleiman
  • 4 march 2016

IKEA is moving away from styrofoam to fungi packaging in an effort to reduce waste. Up until this switch the company was literally filling the air and the empty space in its flat packs with something that is more dangerous than the air itself: expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam.

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