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Welcome to a Plastic-Free World!

According to research the plastic consumption around the globe :



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(Four hundred and eighty billion)
plastic bottles worldwide in 2016!




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(Two million)
plastic bags Every Minute.




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(Five hundred thousand)
plastic straws are used every day



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(Five hundred billion)
plastic cups used annually



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Over (Hundred and forty one million)
metric tons of plastic packaging are thrown out



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(Thirteen million)
tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans every year.

This plastic is now turning up in every corner of our planet – from Cornish beaches to uninhabited Pacific Islands.
It is even being found trapped in Arctic ice.

Our oceans are turning into a plastic soup and the effects on ocean life are chilling. Big pieces of plastic are choking and entangling turtles and seabirds and tiny pieces are clogging the stomachs of creatures who mistake it for food, from tiny zooplankton to whales. Plastic is now entering every level of the ocean food chain and even ending up in the seafood on our plates.

100% Biodegradable and Compostable

Our current waste and recycling systems simply can’t cope with the huge amount of plastic that we’re consuming every day.
That’s where our products would make a difference. 100% biodegradable and compostable, these products are made of:
  • Areca palm leaves
  • Sugarcane bagasse
  • Wheat stalk
  • Wheat bran
  • Bioplastic (PLA)

Areca palm leaves

Made from the leaves of Areca palm (betel nut palm), these are made by washing the natural leaf with water and heat pressing the leaf in a mould at 300 degrees Fahrenheit. The tree is endowed with huge leaves and fronds, which shed and fall to the ground every few weeks. The fallen fronds of the Areca Leaves are collected, soaked in hot water, compressed and cut to the desired form between two hot casts. When it cools down it will harden to form the desired shape. They are 100% natural and is chemical and toxin free. It's sturdy, microwaveable, freezable and oven-safe. It’s a leaf. Therefore it is compostable naturally. The Areca growers use the leaf as a natural fertilizer for their Areca palms. The used plates can be shredded and can be used for potting material. They can be put to fire and burn immediately leaving little ash. Naturally biodegrades in less than 2 months after disposal.

Sugarcane bagasse

Made with bagasse a natural by-product left during the production of sugar from sugarcane which would otherwise be discarded and wasted. Unlike paper plates, plastic or even bamboo plates, these disposable plates are 100% biodegradable and compostable made with natural non-toxic by-product materials, completely tree-free and plastic-free. They, sturdy and microwaveable, oven-safe and freezable.

Wheat stalk

Made from natural discarded wheat stalk that is unbleached and chemical/toxin free, they are microwaveable and is liquid/oil resistant. Can be used for both hot and cold foods. They are strong and sturdy, totally tree-free and is compostable in any industrial composting facilities and will compost within 6 months. The material is gluten- free as it is made from the plant stalk not grains, which store the proteins and allergens.

Wheat bran

Made from clean, edible wheat bran, a by-product of the grain milling process. Bran is a problem for the milling industry, as it takes up a lot of storage space and can only be stored up to 7 days. It’s mostly used as animal feed. Instead of letting the bran go to waste, they are used to make plates and bowls without any additional compounds. The edible tableware, consisting of plates, bowls, and cutlery, can be used to serve both hot and cold food. Aside from being edible, the plates and bowls can be used in classic and microwave ovens. Under correct circumstances, the products can be stored for at least 3 years. After use, the tableware decomposes in 30 days.

Bioplastic (PLA)

Poly(lactic acid) or polylactic acid or polylactide (PLA) is a biodegradable and bioactive thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources such as corn starch, cassavaroots/chips/starch or sugarcane, while plastic is derived from petroleum products. PLA is one of the highest consumed bioplastic in the world. The PLA clear products are heat resistant to 110 degrees Fahrenheit. So they are good for cold products. PLA is freezer safe, but not yet microwave safe, though efforts are being made to use it in conjunction with other microwaveable materials. It can be used on its own or as a coating on the other natural varieties of plates to strengthen them. It is biodegradable and will take up to 6 months to compost in commercial composting facility.