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Old 05-08-2016, 11:08 AM   #91
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Locally sourced organic plastic wrap? That's a joke, right?
That's what I was thinking. Who knows where to find that?
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That's what I was thinking. Who knows where to find that?
In Japan. A biodegradible plastic-type wrap is made from shrimp shells. It seals the food in the same way, and is used to package foods the same way that plastic wrap is used. And if the shrimp were wild shrimp, they would be termed organic. But here, in the U.S. I'm not thinking it would be considered local.

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