If you don't know what a squeeze pack is, you haven't been hanging out with enough new moms or serious athletes. You'll know soon, though: The silvery, flexible, single-serve packs, usually topped with a plastic screw-off lid, are suddenly everywhere. They're also nonrecyclable, made from petroleum products that pollute at both ends of their life cycle, and billions of them end up in landfills every year. More and more are piling up all the time.
Source about why squeezable fruit is rotten atChow.com.
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