Gotta Moo is the graduation work from recent graduate Narani Kannan, from OCAD (Ontario College of Art & Design). Here is a small rationale on her project:
Gotta Moo focuses on the most eco-friendly method for milk packaging. This greener milk packaging solution would be made out of Sugarcane Bagasse molded pulp paper, coated inside with sugarcane lignin and printed with vegetable based inks, all based on food safe materials. Bagasse is an annually renewable plant resource and is compostable and recyclable. This can replace plastic and plastic coated packaging, which is currently used in the food/beverage industry today. This packaging solution does not rely on oil extraction and it also minimizes green house gas emissions. This new molded pulp milk packaging solution could be an eco-friendly vision of the future.
To see more about this project, look at her profile and portfolio on Behance.