Tableware & Cutlery

We offer a wide range of compostable tableware, including plates, cutlery and bowls. Most of these products can be used for both hot and cold dishes. The materials used for our products are sugarcane fibers, palm leaf, wood, and paper cardboard. Fully biobased and compostable, our products are an attractive sustainable alternative for conventional plastic disposables. Our ecological tableware can be used for events, and festivals, but also for food trucks, canteens, and restaurants.

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Our sustainable disposables are produced as a single use products and are suitable for hot and cold dishes. The products are sold in small amounts, which makes it also easy to order for smaller partiers, weddings or even birthday parties. The tabelware is a enironmentally friendly alternative for the traditional disposable tableware, often made of plastics.

The tableware is available in different sizes, shapes and made of different type of materials. The sugar cane tableware is made from the waste of the sugar production. In a normal situation, the plants are burned after the extraction of sugar. In this case, the plants are grinded and made into various products such as our plates and bowls. The palmleaf disposables are made of the leaves of the Areca palm. The already fallen leaves are washed, dried and pressed into different shapes. The cutlery is available in two different materials: birch wood and CPLA. The birch is a fast growing tree and easy to maintain. This makes the birch wood a sustainable and easy to use material for products like cutlery. The other material is CPLA, a heat-resistant bioplastic made of cornstarch and fully biodegradable.

All the products are biobased and biodegradable, thanks to the material and the lack of oil-based additives. A big part of the products is certified compostable by EN-13432 and the palmleaf products are produced by fairtrade principles. The birch wood that is used for the cutlery is FSC® certified, along with most of our other wooden products.

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