Packaging charms the eco-friendly way
Did ya’ll know that a plastic bag takes up to 1000 years to decompose? And even a measly plastic straw can take up to 200 years? I don’t want my kids to live in a dumpster world like Wall-E, so I did some digging on more biodegradable options for packaging my babies. Here’s what I found, and I hope it helps!
Method 1. PLA Clear Bags
PLA film , or polylactic acid film, is a plastic-like film which is biodegradable and derived from corn starch, tapioca, or sugar cane. It’s a great earth-friendly alternative to plastic that doesn’t sacrifice clarity or quality.
Vendors who offer PLA bags:
Method 2. Glassine Envelopes
Hope this proves helpful to you! Every little bit to help our planet really makes a big difference. Let me know if I’ve missed other options or vendors, as I’d love to add them to the list.
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