Buzz around compostable SunChips bag proves too loud for consumers

Frito-Lay, the snacking company owned by PepsiCo, discontinued its compostable packaging line for its SunChips snack brand. Citing noise complaints, Frito-Lay announced that it will discontinue its polylactic acid (PLA)-based and 100% compostable packaging launched roughly 18 months ago in five of i...

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