Increasing popularity of single-serve coffee pods and its implications

Last week, Biome Bioplastics debuted a range of compostable materials for coffee pods sourced from renewable resources like starches and tree byproducts. The company is collaborating with a number of undisclosed manufacturing companies and coffee producers to commercialize its products. Biome's p...

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