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Minimizing plastic waste is vital to the survival of our planet and the creatures housed within. Efforts like this edible ramen soup package prove that humans can innovate in some truly special (and delicious) ways. Product designer Holly Grounds has created a biofilm packaging that doubles as the soup base, which eliminates the outer dry-noodle packaging and the soup base packet, as well. The wrapper includes flavoring, spices, and even sesame seeds and is made from basic ingredients like potato starch, glycerin, and water. The noodles and loose shrimp pieces stay fresh inside the wrapper that’s kept in wax paper for hygenic purposes. It’s brilliant thinking that could be the wave of the future. If only it could include edible chopsticks.


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