Sendle, which claims to be Australia’s first “100 per cent carbon-neutral delivery service” and is a B-Corporation, is taking sustainability that one step further with satchels that are made from corn starch with a binding resin, which means they can be eaten by worms.

With e-commerce market growing 10 per cent annually, there’s a growing need to find alternatives to conventional single use packaging, co-founder and chief executive officer James Chin Moody said.

Nice addendum to the plastic bag fiasco. Now all we need are worm friendly supermarket bags.