Coca-Cola is ready to test its first paper bottle just as a part of its long-term bid that is to eliminate plastic from its overall packaging and make it a zero-plastic company.
Danish company has made the prototype from a very strong paper material like a strong shell that contains a very thin plastic liner in it.
The company’s goal is to make bottles 100% recyclable and plastic-free that must be capable of reducing the carbon foot-printing and preventing the gas escaping from the carbonated drinks. This barrier also ensures that no fibre flake off in the liquid.
However, ensuring it is a must or else it would pose a high risk of simply altering the original taste of drink or it could potentially affect the health also.
Moreover, industry giants are planning to implement this plan as it has already set a goal for future that is for producing about zero waste by the year 2030.