Fungi Biomaterial Solutions

YouBio is an environmentally sustainable fungi biomaterial production company manufacturing a negative waste alternative to harmful hard plastics, Styrofoam, cork, soft woods, and more.

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Ready Made Products

From yoga blocks to berry boxes, we offer a range of products made ready from you! Click the picture/description above (or “Products” tab to buy now.

Custom Products

We offer customized molds designed and manufactured to meet your specific protective packaging- and otherwise- needs, ensuring a perfect fit and maximum protection. Click the picture/description above (or “Products” tab to buy now!

Why Choose YouBio?

We see a future of production that helps the environment and people in it — one that’s cost-effective, negative-waste, multipurposed, inclusive, and accessible for all.

Reduced Costs & Time

Our innovative production process involves molding our products from the initial growth phase (we essentially “grow” our products), eliminating the need for post-production and reducing costs, time, and labor.

Empowering Local Communities

We are not only committed to the planet but also to the communities we serve.

We will continue to establish production facilities in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas— starting with the one we already own in Masonville NY— creating inclusive job opportunities and empowering local workers with free training.

We also reinvest a portion of our profits back into these communities— through hands-on organizing and supporting engaging and educational local events, such as sustainable agricultural expos and markets.

Environmental Impact

The conventional production industry contributes significantly to plastic and styrofoam pollution, posing a severe threat to the environment and human health (think microplastics).

Unlike traditional materials, our products are biodegradable and break down naturally, leaving no harmful residue behind. You can discard them guilt-free and they’ll act as natural fertilizers, enriching the soil and supporting a regenerative ecosystem (essentially becoming “waste that feeds the environment”).

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