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Vancouver – At Planet Textiles 2018 held this week in Canada, Australian start-up Nanollose unveiled a selection of knitted fabrics made from microbial cellulose derived from coconut waste, writes John Mowbray.

Ecotextile News, KTJ's sister publication, reported last year that the Perth-based company had raised funding for its ‘plant-free and environmentally friendly’ alternatives to the common viscose feedstocks, but Planet Textiles was the first time that its ‘Nullabor’ branded fabrics have been shown in public.

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