The German brand JB Spielwaren has put online a polybag planned for early 2024, the reference 30661 Asha's Welcome Booth, but it is not the content of this bag of 46 pieces licensed by Disney Wish that is interesting, it is rather what we can conclude by discovering the official visuals of the product: the packaging of the LEGO polybags should also evolve towards a version that is in principle more respectful of the environment with recyclable polyproylene packaging to be sorted in the yellow bin in areas where this sorting instruction applies.
We see that the back of the product clearly indicates that This new packaging is in principle recyclable, we will now have to wait until we have a copy in our hands to judge the relevance of the solution adopted by LEGO to replace the plastic bags that we we all know.
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