Biodegradable Tableware

Biodegradable Tableware

Living a green life is easy to do when you have lots of appealing eco-friendly options to choose from. You can avoid packing landfills by using composting biodegradable tableware. There are a number of biodegradable disposable plates, silverware, and cups on the market right now that you can buy - and some of them are even eye-appealing!

Tom Dixon Sustainable Plastic Bowls

Plastic doesn't have to look cheap - these sustainable plastic bowls designed by Tom Dixonare chic to the core. The next time that you want to dine outdoors, serve your potato salad in sleek black bowls that are as good for the environment as they are attractive. Photo credit/available at:

Wheatware Sustainable Plastic Picnic Ware

Wheatware makes forks, bowls, knives, spoons, and cups made from biodegradable materials. All of the products on the Wheatware site are derived from renewable crops that are grown in the United States. Whether you select a product made from wheat or one from corn, you'll love the many different style options on this site. Photo credit/available at:

Nat-Ur Eco Utensils

Colorful, creative, and entirely biodegradable, Nat-Ur Eco Utensils are just what you've been looking for. These utensils were designed to be turned into compost when you're done with them, so go ahead and indulge to your heart's content - there's nothing to feel guilty about when you use these throw-aways! Photo credit/available at:

Branch Biodegradable Hot Cups

Whether you own a café or whether you're trying to save a few dollars by pouring your own cup of java, these hot cups are ideal for any person on the go. Made from wood pulp and coated with biodegradable polymers, it's hard to resist these cups. Photo credit/available at:

Branch Biodegradable Tableware Sample Kit

If you're new to the disposable biodegradable table game, then you may want to order this sample kit from Branch. You'll receive Bagasse plates, bowls and trays; PLA cold cups, lids and straws; Planet+ Hot Cups and lids, Veneerware plates and utensils by Bambu, and potato starch utensils. Photo credit/available at:

Biodegradable Store Bagasse Plates

There's something great about knowing that a Bagasse plate from the Biodegradable Store will be ready to add to your compost pile when you are done with it. Why use plastic or paper when you can purchase a heavy-duty plate that will hold up to any picnic food you pile on it? Photo credit/available at:

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