This 31-year-old from Bengaluru is redefining cutlery in a plastic-filled world
Hema Vaishnavi, Your Story
In this plastic-filled world, Samanvi Bhograj, a 31-year-old from Bengaluru, is showing an alternative in the form of cutlery made out of sugarcane bagasse.
The huge demand for disposable tableware in the food industry has become the largest contributor to environmental pollution. Samanvi realised this and began to search for an alternative that could replace plastic. After extensive research she stumbled upon bagasse, a fibre obtained from sugarcane after extracting juice from it.