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Cellulose nanofibers from spent coffee grounds could be used to make bioplastics

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Cellulose nanofibers derived from spent coffee grounds were carefully analyzed by scientists from Yokohama National University (YNU), who have identified them...

Jet Technologies ventures into bioplastic coffee bags with Goglio

Sydney-based Jet Technologies has launched a high-volume bioplastics coffee packaging solution in Australia. The new coffee bean packaging is fully biodegradable yet strong enough...

Biome Technologies’ revenue booms thanks to biodegradable coffee cups

LONDON, UK – Shares in Biome Technologies plc surged higher on Monday morning after the AIM-quoted firm published a bullish first quarter trading update. Total group revenues for the three months ended 31 March were 34% ahead of last year’s numbers.

UK firm calls on coffee brands to cut coffee cup waste

Big coffee brands should increase their focus on bio-based and biodegradable materials to stop the growing UK problem of coffee cup waste, manufacturer Biome...

ITALY – Lavazza unveils its first 100 percent compostable espresso capsule

MILAN – Lavazza unveiled yesterday (3rd March 2015) in Milan its first 100 percent compostable coffee capsule. The new product is the result of...

JAPAN – Research team discovers tech to turn coffee grounds, rice bran into sturdy bioplastics

TOKYO – A research team from the University of Tokyo has discovered new technology that will be able to process organic elements like coffee...

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