Sustainable toy pieces are made from plants

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The use of plastic packaging by global companies has come under increasing scrutiny. In January, eleven corporate giants, including Amcor, Unilever, Walmart, Coca-Cola and Mars, pledged to use 100 percent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by 2025 or earlier. At Springwise, we have covered a host of initiatives and innovations designed to reduce the amount of plastic waste, including edible straws made from seaweed and biodegradable plastic made from food waste. Now, Danish toymaker LEGO has announced that it will begin reducing its use of plastic by offering LEGO pieces made from a sustainable, plant-based material.

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