Nestlé’s Nespresso to debut paper-based compostable capsules

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Nestlé’s Nespresso coffee brand is debuting home compostable paper-based capsules after three years of research and development, the company said in a statement. The new capsules will be piloted in France and Switzerland starting in spring 2023, complementing Nespresso’s aluminum capsules. There is no date scheduled for introduction in the U.S., but the company plans for paper-based capsules to be available beyond Europe in the future, Nespresso said. Food and beverage giants are gradually changing their packaging materials or using less of them to reduce their environmental footprint and appease consumers who take sustainable packaging into account when they shop.

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