Plastic bottle without the plastic Written on March 15, 2011, by .

Breaking: PepsiCo makes a petroleum free soft drink bottle. Not made from the regular non-plastic plastic and often gen-moderated corn starch, but with raw materials as switch grass, pine bark and corn husks. How about by-products from Pepsi’s food businesses (potato peels from chips, ¬†orange peels from juice) as material?

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