Packaging made from plant fibers

In French Polynesia, Ayana recovers plant fibers (banana, palm, pineapple and sugar cane fibers) abandoned by local farmers, to make biodegradable bags and packaging. In this way, she creates a circular economy by using only her country’s resources, while avoiding the import of non-ecological products to this island region. The fibers are shredded and then mixed with water to form a fibrous pulp. This is then placed on a sieve to remove excess water, and dried for several days.


French Polynesia 🇵🇫

Plastic-free carrying

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