From Italy, eco-friendly paper replaces tree pulp with fruit and nuts

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Businesses looking for eco-friendly notepads can already go to Pinball Publishing's ScoutBooks, which are also fully customizable. However, Italy-based stationery firm Favini has taken the eco mindset one step further and has now created Crush – a paper stock designed for publications and packaging that uses organic materials in place of tree pulp. After taking the company 18 months to develop, around 15 percent of virgin tree pulp used in the Crush paper stock is saved by mixing in other organic materials such as corn, orange, kiwi, olive, almond, hazelnut and coffee beans, which are more easily renewed than whole…

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