Eben Bayer created MycoBond, an organic adhesive which turns agriwaste into a foam-like material for packaging and insulation. It’s an environmentally freindly alternative to plastic and styrofoam packaging materials. via evocative design
We grow materials made from agricultural byproducts and mushroom mycelium. Mycelium is a natural, self-assembling glue, digesting crop waste to produce cost-competitive and environmentally responsible materials that perform.
Unlike plastics, which come from unsustainable petrochemicals, Mushroom Materials start with plant-based farm waste and can end up in your garden, fully compostable.
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