We all know that packaging waste is a major issue. Here we are discussing “biodegradable bags” is the most feasible solution.

Today there are fundamentally three choices for consumer-packaged goods companies: non-recyclable, recyclable and biodegradable (reusable packaging, e.g. a glass milk bottle is a fourth option that is quickly disappearing.) This question is incredibly important, as we as a society try to find a balance between consumerism, capitalism and environmentalism.

There are so many companies in Australia they are using biodegradable bags for their packaging purpose. And using them is the best choice for the environment because they are recyclable and eco-friendly bags which can easily degrade after a certain time frame.

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Edible, biodegradable bags help replace the plastic waste and also help to reduce the plastic pollution, Producing ‘plastic’ bags made from edible, organic food products that can biodegrade in less than a day. Using a combination of 12 ingredients that include bananas, flower oil, tapioca and corn, these bags are organic, edible and naturally biodegradable. Left alone, the bags decompose in about three months. Using water, they can be disposed of in a day or even seconds if using boiling water. Continue Reading…