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Supermarkets in Thailand and Vietnam start using banana leaves instead of plastic
by Edoardo Liotta
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8 April 2019
On 8 April 2019 Vice reported:
Last year, a report by Credit Suisse warned that there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. One of the most visible contributors to this mess is supermarket packaging. But Rimping supermarket in Chiang Mai, Thailand has come up with a very natural alternative -- banana leaves. Facebook users lauded a recent post about how they're subbing plastic wraps for leaves, and now other Vietnamese supermarkets are following in their steps.
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