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Compostable and edible packaging: the companies waging war on plastic
by Senay Boztas
The Guardian Translate This Article
26 October 2016
On 26 October 2016 The Guardian reported:
Last year Ilana Taub's startup prevented more than 50 tonnes of apples, bananas, blueberries and raspberries from going to landfill by creating snacks from surplus fruit. But, says the co-founder of Snact, they kept being asked the same question: 'why were we selling it in plastic packs?' The London-based company now has a solution. In partnership with Israeli packaging company Tipa, Snact has launched packaging that takes six months to break down in garden compost. 'We have found a way of being disposable without causing environmental damage,' says Taub.
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