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  1. GT QuickPack » The Plastic Soda Bottle Gets An Algae-Based Redesign

    [...] made of alginate, a substance extracted from the walls of brown algae, this bioligically-inspired plant-based plastic both reduces landfill waste and is edible. The “bottle” is made from a membrane that [...]

  2. PepsiCo Will Switch To 100 Percent Plant-Based Bottle | Crisp Green

    [...] recently announced it has developed the world's first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant-based fully renewable resources. The innovative packaging is made from bio-based raw materials, including [...]

  3. Give Used Halloween Candy Wrappers A Second Life | Care2 Healthy Living

    [...] not to give out candy for Halloween, you can also join collection brigades for drink pouches, yogurt cups, cookie wrappers, energy bars, Scotch Tape, wine corks, and Flavia fresh packs…just to name a [...]

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