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Trellis Earth Products, a leading maker of bioplastic food service disposables, will pay $2.6 million for substantially all of Cereplast’s assets, including production equipment, patents, inventory, and trademarks, in addition to paying certain contract cure costs, as part of the company’s Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings.

Cereplast filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, but said at the time it expected to redirect its operations towards both traditional compounded products and recycling polyolefins, as well as bioplastics made of diversified feedstock including algae and polylactic acid. This, however, didn’t happen.

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