In 2018, Point Loma entrepreneur Jared Koett founded a start-up biodegradable pill bottle company. Four years later, that initial offering has evolved into Invert, a cutting-edge company providing sustainable alternatives to replace traditional plastic packaging.
“Now we are in the forefront of making sustainable products as an answer to single-use plastics,” said green inventor Koett, pointing out that “the average claimed shelf-life of a supplement is two years or less, while the traditional plastic packaging it comes in lasts up to 450 years. There is a need for packaging that sufficiently protects your product, but breaks down in a (much) shorter period of time.”
Invert containers and lids have been tested by independent laboratories for food grade and USP-published standards for drug substances, drug products, and dietary supplements. The containers are coated…
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