Eliminating plastic and paper in packaging - WikiCells is the sustainable future for food packaging.
Thanks to Harvard professor David Edwards and designer François Azambourg who have invented WikiCells.
"WikiCell is a deliciously edible form of
packaging that encloses food or drinks in ways similar to how nature
protects a coconut or an orange. Imagine juice, yogurt, ice cream, fruit
– a nearly endless variety of foods and drinks – wrapped in delicious
natural edible packaging."
Sure sounds delicious and 'ecocious'!
Get to know more at WikiCells.com
"WikiCells can hold everything from gazpacho soup, hot chocolate, ice cream and yogurt. It won the prestigious Special Jury Award for Innovation at Sial Paris 2012, a leading global food industry conference.
What makes it edible? The membrane itself is made of food particles—say, cheese or dried fruit—and is held together by calcium or magnesium ions and alginate. There’s even a grape-flavoured pouch filled with wine."
Info source: Canadiangrocer.com