We can already find it in shopping bags, in many vehicle components, in toys and in food packaging. It’s bioplastic. Plastic that is not derived from oil but, in different percentages, from organic sources. According to a survey conducted by the European association of bioplastic producers, nova-Institute for European Bioplastic, its market is going to experience a 20% increase over the next five years. The German research centre estimates that the total yearly production of bioplastic will increase from 2,05 million tonnes in 2017 to 2,44 million tonnes in 2022.  Today, less than 1% of the 320 million tonnes of plastic produced every year worldwide is of organic origin, but demand is destined to grow thanks to the development of increasingly sophisticated and innovati...