EATware: Decomposable Tableware

EATware: Decomposable Tableware

Aaron Able
Jul 13, 2007

Green Picnic. Environment Appropriate Tableware — EATware is a nifty way to green-ify outdoor dining and supermarket packaging. Made of 100% natural fibers from bamboo, sugar cane pulp, starch and water, EATware has an extensive line of products — trays, plates, serving ware and bowls. Suitable for even wet and oily foods, the products decompose in soil in just 180 days but are microwave, freezer and steamer safe to 284 degrees Fahrenheit (140 degrees Celsius)...

posted originally from: AT:New York

We're going to keep our eyes out for EATware as it is a huge step in the right direction.

Via inhabitat, where the rumor is the EATware products are available at some Whole Foods stores.

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