Nanotechnology for bioplastics

Manufacturers add chemicals and additives to products and packaging on the market to increase performance abilities and presence. Bioproducts are advertised as green and sustainable, however, this industry has a particular concern to ensure their products are certainly safe for the public and the environment. One trend in the bioplastic industry has been to improve bioplastic performance characteristics (such as barrier properties) by developing nanotechnology. We caution against the use of nanotechnology for several reasons that are discussed in the following.

  • Nanotechnology turns plants into common plastic
  • opportunities, challenges and strategies

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