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Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

About eight million tons of plastic are dumped into the oceans every year. Much of that waste comes from the food industry. So in his quest to find an alternative to single-use plastics, one Swedish designer has come up with an eco-friendly alternative. Natasha Hussain has the details. #Sweden #Pollution #Ecofriendly

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