The best-selling card game in America just went sustainable.
Mattel Games‘ UNO Nothin’ But Paper is a cellophane-free, 100% recyclable version of the classic matching game. All decks and packaging are crafted from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified materials and use soy-based ink to produce the vibrant colors that UNO decks are known for.
The company says that it “set out to create this product with a commitment to creating long-term sustainable solutions that can be produced at scale while keeping the same accessible price point for the UNO community.”
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By 2030, Mattel plans to be using 100% recycled, recyclable, or bio-based plastics in all of its products and packaging. By the end of next year, cellophane will be removed from all of its standard, paper-based card decks.
UNO Nothin’ But Paper is available at Amazon and other retailers at an MSRP of $5.99.
In recent months, Mattel has introduced new UNO decks including UNO Minimalista, Left Hand UNO, and a deck inspired by Masters of the Universe.