How Mushrooms Are Turned Into Bacon And Styrofoam | World Wide Waste

11 Apr 2021
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A biotech company in upstate New York designs products made from the root structures of mushrooms. It takes about a week to grow their alternative to styrofoam packaging. And their vegan meat can be sliced into whole cuts and crisps up like bacon when fried.
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How Mushrooms Are Turned Into Bacon And Styrofoam | World Wide Waste

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