Wow! This Reusable Poncho is Made From Waste From Corn Production: 4% Pla, 60% Pbat & 36% Cornstarch. the Starch That Remains as a By-Product is Called Pla. to Make a Kind of Plastic (Pla) of Maize, the Maize Grains Are Mixed with Sulfur Dioxide in Hot Water, So That All Components in This Mixture Develop Again into Starch, Proteins & Fibres. the Fibers Are Made into a Kind of Plastic, Which Can be Used to Develop a Poncho. This Poncho is Much More Durable in Production Than Plastic Ponchos. in Addition, This Material is Also 100% Biodegradable & 100% Compostable. So It Really Disappears If It is Accidentally Thrown Away in Nature. the Ponchos Are Clear Transparent Cream in Colour. Packed in a Slipcover Also Made of the Same Material as the Poncho Itself with a Design Card in It with the Sustainable Story. Minimum Quantities Apply.