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Cellulose is a natural, renewable material in that it’s made by extracting cellulose fibers from cotton and wood pulp to make a transparent paste that can then be colored, processed, and molded into different shapes.
Forests have shrunk while literacy rates have soared, and today the hunt is on for wood pulp’s replacement.
In their guts, bacteria digest the wood pulp even further.
Paper made from nontraditional materials, especially wood pulp, was acidic and rough.
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