The 90% Plant-based and 100% Biodegradable Food Packaging

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For the benefits of those who love the environment, this new technology is for you. The biodegradable food packaging of Sunchips (packaging technology developed by fritolay).

Chip bag is 90% plant based and 100% biodegradable. After eating, you can leave the bag in your garden and it is gone for good after 14 weeks. This innovation is really amazing! This package is good for us Filipinos because we have the tendency of throwing away our garbage just anywhere.

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I have seen biodegradable plastic bag being used by SM Supermarket and Bench but compostable food package like Sunchips is not yet available here in Philippines. Tell me if you see one. I know this will be available soon.

See the evidence.

But there a catch! This bag is very noisy. Eating such a noisy snack might not be enjoyable. Having the chip near the sleeping baby is a sure disturbance. Having it in party or cinema can get the attention of everybody. It could be a source of embarrassment or somebody might send you to police station for the act of noise pollution.


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Due to loud noise created by the chip bag that created many complains, Frito Lay reverted back to traditional non-biodegradable packaging. But the fight for mother earth is not over yet. They spend time researching to lower the noise of their biodegradable packaging and they actually did it. The change of adhesive substance to create the multi-layered package lowered the noise to acceptable label.

The 100 percent biodegradable packaging is in circulation again.


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One Comment

  • Biodegradable plastic and packaging is a modern necessity for our ever-endangered environment.
    Now PLA has been used to line the indoors of Paper Cups in place of the oil based lining additional usually used, create Plastic Cups, Plates, Carrier Bags, Food Packaging and even Nappies.
    Eco Pure is our proprietary blend of organic materials that does not modify the base resin to which it is added.

    Thanks a lot for your information

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