Global giants team up in bio-plastic push

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Coca-Cola, Ford, Heinz, Nike and Procter & Gamble launch new working group to promote adoption of plant-based plastics

Five of the world's most high-profile companies have announced they are to work together to accelerate the development and deployment of sustainable plant-based plastics capable of replacing plastics made...

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