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Compostable crisp packets

Crisp packets litter many of Britain's most beautiful places- and it'll take decades for them to break down into harmful microplastics. Here's one company taking the initiative to change.

07/11/2018 17:57
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14 comments

  • Connor H.
    26/11/2018 07:36

    Not plastic

  • Tayfur A.
    22/11/2018 11:54

    taking action works man

  • Jaiq M.
    15/11/2018 12:18

    Enter the pit of Sarlacc little crisp

  • Steven M.
    11/11/2018 19:54

    So it's as cheap as normal crisp packets?

  • Stephen F.
    11/11/2018 11:52

    They could reduce waste by 50oercent by reducing the size of the packet to fit the contents rather than selling us fresh air in over sized packaging.

  • Rene C.
    10/11/2018 23:18

    Don't caal them Brits because they are just Anglo-Saxons that expelled all real Brits to either Wales or France! That Anglo-Saxon tribes combination was uncivilized in the early medieval time and continuet this status!

  • Amber D.
    10/11/2018 17:26

    . lauren eats most of these

  • Roo P.
    09/11/2018 23:20

    Did you steal footage from The StoryBots?

  • Carl J.
    09/11/2018 13:28

    amazing

  • Ryan H.
    09/11/2018 11:10

    😂😂

  • Sonia L.
    09/11/2018 08:03

    Eucalyptus is an australian native tree.

  • Alix S.
    09/11/2018 00:45

    crisps! 😞

  • Jay B.
    08/11/2018 14:44

    Aye, n fer all y'all Yanks that's Chip's bags. Crisps over the pond.

  • Gustavo P.
    08/11/2018 14:17

    And Frito-Lay went with a bag full of air!!!

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