WHAT WE SAY:
Haeckels does not shy away from innovation. From algae bottle seals to mycelium packaging and grown-to-order seaweed eye masks, it is always looking for the next exciting natural material to play with and the latest on its roster is Vivomer.
Manufactured by London-based Shellworks, the compostable, plastic-like material is made from microbes and will be eaten by the very same type of microbes as it breaks down in the natural environment at the end of its life. A move away from fossil fuel-based plastics is always a good thing, but could a system change be better than swapping one single-use product for another?