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With Australian states and territories fast-tracking plastic banning policies, the writing is on the wall for environmentally unfriendly food packaging.
But there are challenges with bringing sustainable products to market — premium pricing, carbon footprints, and getting suppliers on board, for example.
Good Edi had to conquer these, while selling to one of the hardest-hit sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic: cafes. This interview with founders Aniyo Rahebi and Catherine Hutchins walks you through how they achieved it.
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