Scots' fresh idea to use shells to wrap up the cling-film market

(07/26/19)

A REVOLUTIONARY food wrap made from shellfish could end up in every kitchen in the world, save millions for the food sector and slash pollution, it is claimed.

Made from discarded langoustine shells taken from Scotland’s seafood sector, developers say the material will kill bugs, extend shelf life and biodegrade without trace.

The scientists hope their product will replace the plastic cling film commonly used in the food............................................................


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