AUSTRALIA: Cadbury to use biodegradable packaging for Milk Tray
UK confectionery and soft drinks giant Cadbury Schweppes has said it is to use biodegradable trays for its Milk Tray chocolates sold in Australia. The trays look like plastic but are made of a water-soluble cornstarch polymer. The material, which was developed in Australia by Plantic Technologies, will disintegrate when saturated in water, but is not affected by humid conditions, reported Reuters.
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