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14 November 2011

Carbon cutting paper wine bottle unveiled
Supermarkets are in talks with a small British business over using what it claims is the world's first paper wine bottle

Revealed today by the company behind the first paper milk bottle, GreenBottle, has developed a prototype paper bottle for wine and is currently in talks with supermarkets and wine producers.

The company, based in Woodbridge in Suffolk, hopes to make the paper bottle available to the public as early as next year.

According to GreenBottle replacing glass with compostable paper will reduce the drink's carbon footprint by 10% and cut waste.

The company recently celebrated a landmark by selling a 100,000 paper milk bottles, which are currently on trial in Asda stores in the south west.

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