Everyone knows that instant ramen is a way of life for college students. Not only is it about the cheapest food on the planet, but it cooks in mere minutes and requires no cooking skills. So it’s no surprise that Holly Grounds, a second-year student at Ravensbourne University, London, was a frequent consumer who was also concerned about the amount of plastic waste involved with this popular food. Those late night study sessions had her rethinking the traditional packaging of the well-known dehydrated noodles.

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