Sustainability and renewability

Worldwide, we throw away 1.3 billion tonnes of food every year. This is about one third of all food production.
30 per cent of the world's agricultural land is used to produce food that will eventually be thrown away.
40 per cent of the food harvested is left in the fields.
We need to stop this reckless consumption and say yes to a sustainable world for "utility and profitability".

The idea of fabric made from food waste or vegan leather is an important element that emphasises the sustainability and renewability of evolving societies that constantly consume.

Thanks to its natural durability, waterproof coating and flexible structure, the raw material products are popular in the accessories, footwear, textile and furniture sectors.
Agraloop yarn; In the farm level system, food waste is transformed into new resources with modular mini mills.
Naia yarn; Environmentally conscious fibre is produced from pine and eucalyptus forests with a sustainable system.


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