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szdaily -> Tech and Science -> 
Eat with it and then eat it
    2016-07-06  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    When Narayana Peesapati became aware of the harmful effects of plastic, not only to the environment but also to our health when used as cutlery*, he was stunned. He came up with a solution that most of us wouldn’t have thought of.

    “Whenever I travelled, I used to feel terribly guilty about using plastic cutlery because it created so much plastic waste,” said Peesapati, the founder and managing director of Bakey’s Food Private Ltd.

    Now, he has found a way to replace plastic cutlery with edible* cutlery.

    Bakey’s edible cutlery is made from a mix of sorghum*, rice and wheat flour. The spoons and chopsticks do not get soggy* if placed in water and food. They only soften after 10-15 minutes and thus can be eaten easily at the end of the meal. Even if discarded, they decompose* within five to six days, if not eaten by insects or rodents*.

    (SD-Agencies)

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