Flower lollipop can be planted once eaten
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We have already seen novel ways of using recyclable packaging, such as biodegradable six-pack rings made from wheat and barley, and food packaging that incorporates living plant roots so fruit and vegetables can continue ripening until they’re ready to eat. Now, an organic food company has developed a series of floral lollipops with seeds embedded in the sticks – ready to be planted once the lollipop is eaten. Amborella Organics created lollipops in flavours such as peach and marigold, vanilla and hibiscus, and sage and marshmallow. Then, they embedded heirloom seeds in the sticks corresponding to the plant used in flavouring the lollipop. The sticks themselves are biodegradable, and made from recycled paper. Once done licking, users simply plant the stick in the ground or in a pot, and wait for the seeds to grow.
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