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SCP produced from potato starch waste was shown to be a feasible alternative to existing plant/animal proteins utilized in the manufacturing of films for purposes such as packaging in this article. Compression molding was used to make flexible glycerol-plasticized SCP films, and tensile testing demonstrated strength and stiffness comparable to other plasticized protein films.