A plant based
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PlantSwitch Exists To Make The World A Cleaner Place By Providing Sustainable Products That People Love.
The PlantSwitch Solution
We aim to create a world where:
Products used for seconds don’t last for centuries, sustainability is synonymous with quality, and making a difference is as easy as making the switch.
Unique, high-quality product that does not get soggy or lose its form
*Test results (ASTM D5511) show over 90% biodegradation in the first 100 days in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions.
Brands Leading The Way In Making The World A Cleaner Place
Source: imfa.org, Marine Pollution Bulletin
$33,000 – the amount of economic damages caused by one ton of plastic waste.
12 million tons of plastic waste are deposited in our oceans each year.
74% of consumers state they would pay more for sustainable packaging.
Resources & Education
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