These Edible Bags Are Helping Stop Plastic Waste In India

These Edible Bags Are Helping Stop Plastic Waste In India
Food & Beverage

Startup EnviGreen has created biodegradeable and environmentally friendly substitute for disposable packaging

Jennifer Passas
  • 12 december 2016

Excessive use of plastic bags and their unregulated disposal in India has resulted in overrun lakes, ponds and urban sewage systems throughout the country. Indian startup EnviGreen is hoping to provide a solution to the growing plastic problem with a 100 percent, biodegradable and eco-friendly bag that are safe to eat. Made from a combination of natural starch and vegetable oils, the edible bags look, feel and function like plastic without any of the harmful consequences.

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