... says the CEO of the Biotrem factory. So what is their solution? Read on to find out.
Polish inventor and entrepreneur Jerzy Wysocki catches a brown plate—still warm—as it drops out of a machine and he begins to eat the crunchy, fibrous tableware.
"A pork chop will always be more delicious on this wheat bran plate than on plastic," says Wysocki with a big grin at the factory in northeast Poland. Taking a bite, the plate does not have much of a flavour. It calls to mind dry cereal flakes or maybe what you would imagine cardboard to taste like.
But Wysocki says what matters is the tableware is biodegradable. A son and grandson of millers, Wysocki got the idea for the tableware when he was looking to use up the leftovers of flour production, which take up a lot of space.
He says he is also driven by the desire to help a good cause, "because the amount of rubbish that pollutes oceans is huge and frightening."
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