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7 Startups Toget Tips On How To Replace Sups | Gurgaon News

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Gurgaon: With less than a week left for the ban on manufacturing and use of single-use plastics (SUPs) to come into effect, an angel investment syndicate has selected seven startups for the pilot-testing of workable solutions to replace plastics with greener alternatives in the Food and Beverages (F&B) industry.
On Friday, the syndicate, Climate Angels, announced its ambitious six-months-long B2B bootcamp programme to nurture solution-oriented ideas of new-age technology-based startups in partnership with F&B partners Rebel Foods, Burger Singh, and The Beer Café.
Under its ZeSUP (Zero Single-Use Plastic) initiative, the selected startups will get hands-on industry-level training to replace plastics-based production of cutleries and other items with biodegradable alternatives.
“With the onset of the pandemic, take-aways and home delivery options replaced traditional dine-in restaurants, increasing the usage of SUPs in the industry. Our incubation network crafted this one-of-a-kind challenge to deal with this problem head-on,” said Shailesh Vickram Singh, the founder of Climate Angels.
One of the seven startups is Delhi-based Imaga’s, which claims to have a product line that enables sustainability in food delivery.


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