Uno Debuts 100% Recyclable 'Nothin' But Paper' Edition
by Rudy Sanchez on 10/26/2020 | 1 Minute Read
Toymaker Mattel’s brand Uno’s newest deck isn’t a licensed theme or variation on the game, the newest set is the beginning of the brand’s transition to being plastic-free, and is aptly called “Nothin’ but Paper.”
The FSC-certified version of Uno is 100% recyclable and is not wrapped in cellophane, making it plastic-free as well. Additionally, the cards are printed using soy-based inks and made with water-based glues. According to the brand, Nothin’ but Paper is the first deck to go plastic-free, with all paper card decks ditching the plastic outer wrap sometime next year.
Nothin’ but Paper also sports a new deck design, inspired by foliage, and contains the standard cards in the standard colors. The leafy designs are pleasant and highlight the sustainability bona fides of this Uno edition.
Uno’s newest deck is part of Mattel’s efforts to meet its sustainability goals, which include using 100% recycled, recyclable, or bio-based materials in all its products and packaging, designing packaging to minimize plastic use whenever possible, and have two zero-waste certified manufacturing facilities and one office building by 2023.
Uno Nothin’ but Paper is available now for about six dollars at popular retailers throughout the US and online.
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