A company in Uganda is turning the waste from bananas into rugs, place mats, and baskets
- Besides fruit, banana plants also produce giant stems as tall as a person that will never grow again.
- These stems wind up making up a huge portion of the billion tons of waste agriculture produces each year.
- TexFad, a Ugandan company, is turning this waste into
fiberthat can be used for home goods like rugs, place mats, and baskets.
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