The latest innovation in how Americans get their favorite foods is coming online.
A new paper on the process says a company is developing a new type of paper that’s made from the shredded papaya that’s on sale in grocery stores.
It’s called Papa Johns Copy Paper.
The paper uses recycled papaya scraps that have been dried, then dried again, then pressed into a thin layer.
The paper is then dipped in a liquid that coats the pulp and forms a paste.
The printer-grade papaya pulp that the paper is made from is harvested, dried and then rolled into a sheet.
The technology could save food producers money and reduce food waste.
But the paper still has some major hurdles before it can become widely available.
In order to make the technology a viable business model, the company will have to demonstrate that the process works.
The process, called papaya drying, can also require the use of a lot of heat and humidity.
It can take up to two weeks to dry the papaya and the paper can shrink after the process is complete.
The company will need to prove the process doesn’t damage the pulp.
The company has started to test the process on a limited number of batches.