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EATware Plates & Bowls
EATware is made from all natural materials (bamboo, rice, sugarcane and cornstarch). It is manufactured without the use of bleach, chemicals or laminates. EATware is oil and water resistant, microwave and oven safe. It will decompose in a landfill, a compost pile or a lake or river - and the fibers are safe to be eaten by fish! EATware uses zero-emission manufacturing technology, meaning all liquid and solid left over is recycled back into the pulping system, therefore there is no organic or chemical waste. BAMware is natural bamboo fiber for hot food and can be baked to 350 degrees F. Please scroll down below the product list for more information about EATware.
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EATware Biodegradable 12 oz Bowls EATware Biodegradable & Compostable 7" Plates EATware Biodegradable & Compostable 9" Plates
EATware Biodegradable 12 oz Bowls- 25 Pack EATware Biodegradable 7" Plates - 50 Pack EATware Biodegradable 9" Luncheon Plates - 25 Pack
EATware Biodegradable & Compostable 10" Plates EATware Biodegradable 6" Plates
EATware Biodegradable 10" Dinner Plates - 25 Pack EATware Biodegradable 6" Plates - 50 Pack
Here is some additional information about the EATware products that may help you make a decision about what you need...
How "green" are EATware Plates & Bowls?
Very green. EATware is the new generation of "green" tableware. EATware products are made from all natural, abundant and renewable materials such as bamboo, sugarcane pulp, starch and water, with no chemical additives, so they are totally decomposable, biodegradable and compostable. EATware is made using a process that minimizes energy consumption and environmental pollution. EATware uses zero-emission manufacturing technology, meaning all liquid and solid left over is recycled back into the pulping system, therefore there is no organic or chemical waste.These products are extremely unique because they will decompose in soil within 180 days or will totally disperse in water within just two weeks.
How do I dispose of EATware Plates & Bowls?
These plates can be thrown the regular garbage, composted in a commercial composting facility or composted in a backyard compost heap.
What do EATware Plates look like?
EATware plates are "natural" light brown colored plates with the EATware logo featuring three fish, and the EATware website stamped onto each plate. They are smooth on the top and have a small cross-hatch pattern on the bottom. They are a bit thinner than a traditional "Chinet" plate, but much thicker than a traditional white paper plate (you know the ones that you usually have to double-up on for them to actually hold any food). They are rigid, and not at all floppy. They look different than anything else on the market. If you are looking for a distinctive looking plate that looks like something out of the ordinary, then these plates are for you. They are not glamorous, but when they are part of a complete place setting that includes the distinctive Spudware utensils, and the distinctive Ecotainer Coffee Cups and/or PLA Corn Plastic Cups with an unbleached recycled napkin... the plate takes on a different purposeful "green" look.
How durable are EATware Plates & Bowls?
This is a very durable plate that you can feel absolutely confident serving hot (up to 140 C), cold, heavy and wet food on. You can cut food using our Spudware knives and these plates will be just fine! EATware items are also microwave safe, steamer safe and freezable.
What should I choose - Sugarcane Bagasse or EATware?
Both our Sugarcane Bagasse Line and EATware line are wonderful, but I am often asked which is the best option. The answer is "it depends". You should choose Sugarcane Bagasse if you need large quantities, they come in bags of 125 units versus EATware's 25 and 50 unit bags. Sugarcane Bagasse products are less expensive than EATware products. If you are looking for the most distinctive looking product that will surely get people talking - then EATware is the line for you. EATware products are a natural light brown color, they are marked with the EATware logo and they look like something unique. I hope that helps!