Forget Those Plastic Bottles! Now We Have Water You Can ‘Eat’

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If you do a Google search for the “dangers of plastic water bottles”, the results may alarm you. Long story short, people in the United States alone use an estimated 35 billion plastic bottles per year. Since it takes hundreds of years for these bottles to decompose, we have a serious environmental issue to deal with… Until now.
Thanks to the brilliant scientists at Skipping Rocks Lab, a new type of “packaging” has been created to solve this difficult problem. On the Skipping Rocks website, it says that “The consumption of non-renewable resources for single-use bottles and the amount of waste generated is profoundly unsustainable. The aim of Ooho is to provide the convenience of plastic bottles while limiting the environmental impact.”
Want to learn more? Read on and get all the details.
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What is Ooho?

According to its crowdfunding page on Crowd Cube, “Ooho! is a sustainable packaging alternative to plastic bottles and cups, made from a seaweed extract.”
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Is It Biodegradable?

Similar to fruit, Ooho is biodegradable in 4-6 weeks.
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Tasty And Eye-Appealing

Ooho can be colored and flavored.
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Inexpensive

Ooho is cheaper than plastic.
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Many Uses

“Our packaging is cheaper than plastic and can encapsulate any beverage including water, soft drinks, spirits, and even cosmetics.”
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The Mission

The creator of the Ooho, Skipping Rocks Lab, is on a “mission to make packaging waste disappear.”
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Where Can You Buy It?

Ooho is currently only being sold at events while Skipping Rocks Lab gets its production machine up and running.
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Taking The World By Storm

“Ooho! has received wide media traction; featured in the New York Times, Guardian, BBC, and Business Insider, whose Ooho video received over 20m viewings. We won the Wired Retail 2016 Start-up of the year, the Lexus Design Award and delivered a TEDx talk.”
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