Employing wheat straw in packaging aids in reducing waste and pressure on the world’s forests, as it is both a highly renewable and easily accessible resource.

Wheat straw is a residual material that remains after the grain of wheat has been harvested. Typically discarded as waste it can be processed into a pulp to make paper and other bio-based materials.

By blending the wheat straw with other natural materials such as biodegradable polymers or bio-resins to create a material that has the strength and durability required in packaging.