Plant Starch 100% Composable Biodegradable Corn Starch Cutlery
These Compostable spoons, forks and knives are great for use for any event or outdoor gathering!
They are durable and completely compostable in a commercial facility.
Certified compostable cutlery suitable for food waste recycling.
Sleek and stylish, sturdy and practical. Great for hot or cold food.
Being biodegradable means that they will degrade from the action of naturally-occurring micro-orgasms such as bacteria, fungi or algae.
Our standard 100% Compostable cutlery sizes are as below:
5″ small spoon
Free samples are available if request for quality review. For other size not listed but request, we can make new moulds to suit.
Customers can choose their own cutlery color and designs.
Individual wrapped cutlery pack with bio film are available.
What’s the point of disposables being compostable?
The short answer – compostable is preferable to biodegradable.
Compostable disposables are designed to be recycled in an industrial composting facility together with food waste. That means there’s no need for sorting, and the compostable cup, lid, burger box, knife and napkin can all go together without removing the ketchup and leftover chips. An extra bonus is that once food and disposables share one bin, other dry recycling bins are cleaner and easier to recycle.
What is PLA?
This product is made from or contains PolyLactic Acid (PLA). PLA is a plant-based compostable bioplastic. PLA is an
environmentally friendly alternative to petrochemical originated plastic polymers and can be used to make a wide range of
eco-disposable products including cold cups, deli containers, lids, straws, portion pots etc. It is also used in clear
windows, greaseproof paper and cup linings.
The Benefits of PLA
Made from renewable plant materials.
Light, strong, clear and food-safe.
Lower carbon emissions in manufacture than oil-based plastics.
No toxic petrochemical ‘plasticisers’ with are used with PLA which means foods and drinks are not contaminated with
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