Potato-based Bioplastic “Polywrap” material introduced

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Birmingham England-based bakergoodchild, has introduced a 100% compostable & eco-friendly magazine polywrap, produced from potato starch, originating from various potato products including food industry waste.

The decomposable magazine packaging wrapper—which carries no oil-based materials, plastics or harmful toxins—bears the EN13432 certification, and are guaranteed biodegradable in an industrial composting plant. The biodegradable wrapping material is being used by a number of bakergoodchild customers

Strong & efficient Bioplastics are used in many applications, including: Packaging & mailing, fast food, freezer grade & pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. Raw materials in the production of Bioplastics are also in compliance with food contact directives.
 

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