What would happen if you could eat your packaging?

In India, you can buy a dish at KCF, which is served in an eatable bowl made of rice and wheat.

KFC also introduced an eatable coffee cup made of biscuits and white chocolate – a sneaky way to include your cake with your coffee without anybody noticing.

This has been a huge success and has resulted in a major drop in the waste from packaging usually accompanying fast-food restaurants.

India is where one fifth of the world’s population are living and is therefore the country with the most trash in the world. This leads to a big list of problems… I will spare you the details today.

Eatable packaging is therefore one of the vital steps to save the country from further polluting themselves in the future.

Go green and start spinning your packaging in a sustainable direction. Tiny steps count – and the market loves it when you show enthusiasm for our planet.

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