Are mushrooms the next plastics?

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Ecovative mushroom products in New York is replacing plastic and styrofoam packaging materials with alternatives made from agricultural waste and the self-assembling glue in mushrooms - mycelium. The products are bio-degradable, non-toxic and cost competitive. Ecovative has won numerous awards, including World Economic Forum recognition as a Tech Pioneer and is partnering with Fortune 500 firms like 3M and Sealed Air. Last month Forbes included Ecovative's founders among 30 leaders under the ...


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