Walkers could use potato peelings to make crisp bags

Crisp bags could be made out of potato peelings diverting huge amounts of waste from landfill, according to the president of one the world's largest manufactures.

President of PepsiCo UK & Ireland, Richard Evans, outlined plans to move towards developing healthier products and more sustainable food production when he was interviewed in the 'Meet the Boss' slot of the Today programme.

He talked about the PepsiCo business in the UK and his ambitions for the future of the company to business reporter Nick Cosgrove.

Mr Evans talked about the 'possibility' of developing crisp packets from potato peelings.

PepsiCo is due to publish further details of the plans in its Sustainable Farming Report, which is due to be launched on October 19.

To listen to the full interview click here.

Luke Walsh


packaging | food


Waste & resource management
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