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Mexicans create the first vegan leather using nopal
Adrián López and Marte Cázarez developed Desserto, a synthetic cactus leather to reduce the environmental impact of the textile industry
Mexican students generate energy with recycled water
According to INEGI, approximately 21.2 million homes in Mexico receive water daily, and around 1 million only receive it once a week. The lack of water faces several problems such as the overexploitation of aquifers, distribution networks, and pollution
Silk made from agave
The elaboration of agave silk is complemented by the production of vegetable dyes, giving the final product an added ecologic and aesthetic value
Mexican students develop sustainable vegan dog food
The project won second place at the entrepreneurship simulator TrempCamp of the University of San Diego
Xilinat, a natural sweetener suitable for diabetics
Xilinat, a natural sweetener made from husks of coffee, beans, rice or corn rachis, is a healthy product that can be consumed by people with diabetes or obesity