YELLOW LEAF GRANOLA
: Brittany Kittredge, Max France, Alex Graber, Wes Sapo
Since the Native Americans believed in leaving the earth they live on exactly as they found it. In a perfect world we wouldn’t have man-made trash that stays in landfills for decades, but let’s get real, that ship has sailed. This can be overwhelming, so let’s start small. Not only are Cereal boxes wasteful with their packaging, but they are hard to open and don’t keep your cereal fresh. Seriously, if you think those tabs on the top of the box do anything you’re living in a fantasy world.Solution, Yellow leaf, named after a nomadic tribe,uses rice paper packaging that is 100% biodegradable. Each section is perforated into a serving size that you can reseal. Eat it at home, or take it with you to work or school for a snack. This means no stale cereal, no extra material and the best part, limitless snack potential. Small changes can make a big impact.