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The materials we use are a large part of what makes our products unique. Using the wrong materials can be harmful to the environment, some can live a longer life then us! This leads to huge mountains of rubbish which begins a domino effect of problems.

We offer the widest range of materials that are perfect alternatives, to the ordinary plastics, ceramics, or glass tableware we are all tragically used to. Our range comes in two main types - Reusable products for the long term, and Disposable products intended for single use purposes.

Reusable

Biodegrades in 2-3 years. We use raw materials like corn, soy bean and natural waste. If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to plastic and melamine ware, all natural range is your solution.

Biodegrades in 2-3 years. Raw materials from rice husk. Smooth, natural and elegant finish. Great alternative to clay, porcelain and glass.

Biodegrades in 1-3 years. Raw materials from cassava, starch, sugarcane and tapioca. Smooth, lightweight and vibrant finish. Great alternative to melamine.

Disposable

Compostable in 90-180 days. Raw materials collected from naturally-fallen Areca-nut leaves that are washed, heated, pressed and sterilized. The perfect all-natural compliment to any event.

Compostable in 30-90 days. Raw materials from wheat, a 100% renewable resource. Durable, lightweight and leak proof. It’s a great alternative to paper and styrofoam.

Biodegradable in 2 years. Compostable in 90-275 days. Raw materials from corn starch. Smooth matte finish. Durable and leak proof, this material is the ideal replacement for plasticware.

Did you know?

1. It takes about 450 years for a plastic bottle to break down.
2.An average Adult uses 20,000 plastic bags in his lifetime.
3. 73% of beach litter worldwide is plastic.

1. It takes more than 1 million years for glass to break down.
2. 300 glass bottles and jars are used by every family each year.
3. Construction glass ends up in the landfill.

1. Styrofoam is non-biodegradable and non-recyclable.
2. Styrene leaches into Foods and Drinks served in Styrofoam containers.
3. Styrofoam fills up to 30% of the landfill space.

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