Mushroom-based packaging start-up attracts £3m in seed funding

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Packaging made from mushrooms can replace single-use plastic in global supply chains, a new start-up believes. Credit: The Magic Mushroom Company
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Packaging made from mushrooms can replace single-use plastic in global supply chains, a new start-up believes. Credit: The Magic Mushroom Company

Magical Mushroom Company says it will use investment to open new plant in Nottingham

A sustainable packaging start-up that uses agricultural waste and an extract derived from mushrooms to create an alternative to single-use plastic has raised £3m in seed funding, it has announced today....

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