Mexican engineers create vegan leather from mango waste for use in the shoes and textile industries

Mexican engineers have created a bio-material, vegan leather made from mango waste for use in the shoes and textile industries. The eco-friendly textile, manufactured by the Guanajuato-based Polybion company, is sourced from organic waste, like mango seeds and fruit skins. Known as Celium, the mango leather is a bio-textile grown from bacterial cellulose and agro-industrial waste such as mango puree that can be used for … Continue reading Mexican engineers create vegan leather from mango waste for use in the shoes and textile industries