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Mushroom Materials from Ecovative Design

May 2, 2014

Mushroom Materials from Ecovative Design is a completely biodegradable packing material that is actually grown from mycelium, the fungus that forms mushrooms. Ecovative Design grows the mycelium until it fills a predetermined space, then bakes the result to halt the process, resulting in a stable product that can be used as biodegradable packaging, wall insulation, or even furniture.

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