Packaging the Future: Amazing Mushroom Packaging!

by , 09/10/10

sustainable design, green design, mycobond, green packaging, packaging the future, mushroom packaging, green materials, sustainable packaging

The ‘feed’ that the mushrooms grow on can vary, meaning that locally available materials can be used, which makes the product ideal for manufacturing all over the world: “The raw material inputs of EcoCradle™ are selected based on regionally available agricultural by-products. So a factory in Texas or China might use cotton burrs, and a factory in Virginia or Spain might use rice husks and soybean hulls. By manufacturing regionally, and using local feedstocks, we aim to minimize the trucking of raw and finished materials. And according to the Ecocradle site, it is cost-competitive with polluting polystyrene and other packaging materials.

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    […] had brought in their time through the system of international exhibitions, and how could a ‘package’ building be enrolled in the parentage of an architectural solution that manages to convey the […]

  2. Bengwayan September 13, 2010 at 2:59 am

    This will help environmentalists the world over, It’s great.

  3. Yuka Yoneda September 10, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    This is brilliant – my only qualm is that I’d be tempted to eat it!

  4. Diane Pham September 10, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    cool post! forza fungi!

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