|Title||Technology of biodegradable food plastic production from starch|
|GCIP status||Nomination “Circular Economy”|
Unique technologies for the production of biodegradable food plastic from the starch of the original hybrid of high-amylose corn of own selection.
This technology allows to obtain biodegradable plastic from high amylose corn starch without the process of lactic acid fermentation and the formation of polylactide, which significantly shortens, reduces the cost and simplifies the process, which differs from the classic technology of plastic from starchy vegetable raw materials.
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