Hi Kate, Crystalline nanocellulose is different from cellulose in terms of properties.
I did not propose changing the packaging design. It would be a problem for those with a certain design. I aim to change plastics packaging with recyclable, renewable and biodegradable paper. Our ultimate goal of the Open Ideo is circular economy, with no plastic waste.
The cost distinction between cellophane and polyethylene is not significant, but the industrialists use the lowest-priced film.
Cellophane film can be use for single sachet for liquid consumer product, Case 1 Cellophane film is biodegradable and no create waste. The closure of these small elements can also be done with the adhesive flap.