Sustainable Dinnerware is Leafware

In Folsom, California is a company that supplies tableware from plants. Leafware products are 100% biodegradable and compostable.

The fallen leaves, such as banana and palms, are carefully harvested, hygienically cleaned and pressed to various shapes to form plates, bowls and trays. The result is a classic, tasteful look suitable for most any occasion.

What comes foremost to mind are green weddings. After use, the cleanup crew (or guests) can put them in the backyard compost. No doubt one can think of many other special events, ‒ indoors or out.

Usage of fallen leaves eases the economic pressure to cut down trees and therefore preserving our planet’s true identity. These items will biodegrade within weeks from disposal.

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