The Ooho! is an “edible water bottle” made entirely out of sustainable packaging.
Designed by London-based startup Skipping Rocks Labs, the biodegradable container is made out of a thin, flexible membrane comprised of sodium alginate – a natural derivative of brown algae – and calcium chloride. It can be either ripped open, allowing the individual to drink the liquid out of the membrane, or simply consumed whole.
Each glob contains 250 ml each, costing only about 2 cents to make.
Skipping Rocks already designed the Ooho! in 2014,…
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