An assortment of some of the containers that are offered
A Hong Kong company is selling 100% biodegradable fast food containers, made from waste straw left over after wheat harvesting (Photo via Shutterstock)
Not only are polystyrene fast food containers usually not recyclable, but they also take eons to break down in a landfill, can emit harmful compounds, and require petroleum to create. Using paper is one alternative, but Hong Kong-based company Innovasians is now offering another – 100% biodegradable containers made from waste straw left over after wheat harvesting.
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