• from $7.50 for 8
Simply the nicest, disposable plates I've seen. 100% bamboo and Certified Organic.
Stuff I find, like for myself and would recommend to a client.
For that price I would never want to use them! Unless I could wash them like some disposable cups.
I agree to an extent with Shiver, but then again, there are parties where you want both a large number of attractive plates and to escape the burden of washing dishes. That is the slot I'd put these plates into. Very attractive. Wouldn't use them all the time, but in certain situations, they'd work well.
I'd rather have compostable or recyclable plates than disposable.
Everything is disposable. Unfortunately. I agree with DrMMSSP.
These are compostable in a commercial composting facility. We bought these for our wedding reception - they are very, very sturdy and attractive. We opted out of the bamboo flatware, though. They are not practical utensils.
We used these just a month ago for my daughter's admittedly informal wedding. They held up beautifully and we got lots of compliments on them. Like AnJoSa, however, we opted for different flatware.
I wouldn't use these for a cookout or a kids party (too pricey) , but they were just right for a wine and cheese party I had last month. I coupled them with the govino stemless recyclable glasses. Minimal effort on my part with big results- they were elegant, yet sturdy, and clean up afterwards was a breeze.
These are fancy and compostable. I use when having a nice dinner party or event when I don't want to wash dishes. They can hold lots of food and the sauce or juice never soaks through.
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