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Eco-Friendly Sugarcane Pet Bowls

What a great new earth-friendly and stylish product!

Introducing FLOAA Dish-sposables made from sugarcane. Yet it’s not just the material that’s eco-inventive, but the design. The bowl’s cavity catches the excess incase you happen to pour too much food or water in it. Perfect to prevent messes, especially for travelers. They’re stack-able and reusable too.

FLOAA Dish-sposables are perfect for pet owners, veterinarians, pet stores, groomers, and pet sitters. They’re available for individuals and retailers.

The biodegradable paper pet dishes are compostable, sanitary, disposable, and reusable. Take to the park with a bio-bag and wear a halo.

Owner Sharon Greenan explained that she has an unmatched love of animals. She’s rescued many and grew tired of using paper plates to feed them. When she couldn’t find an eco solution, she designed FLOAA Dish-sposables.

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Written by Delia Montgomery

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2 Comments

  1. It seems like it would be better just to use regular bowls and wash them. I guess I can see a very occasional ‘need’ for disposable, but mostly not really. Obviously sugarcane is better then plastic, but there is still embodied energy to grow, manufacture, ship, dispose of these.

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