Finally disposable dinnerware that is both Green /Eco Friendly and fabulous
This plate is gorgeous. I have been using it for various projects and it always gets a lot of attention. This year I used it for a Fall Wedding and Thanksgiving video I did and have posted to my blog www.divineweddingideas.com . Take a look.
The Bambu/Venerrwar Company Says:
“Our answer to the paper plate. Ideal for indoor and outdoor use. A sturdier, more beautiful, environmentally friendly alternative. Peeled directly from the bamboo stalk, bambu All Occasion Veneerware® products are innovative and highly versatile.
– Made of 100% organically grown bamboo
– FDA approved food-safe – No bleaches or dyes
– After disposal, biodegrades in 4-6 months
– Not recommended for the microwave
– Intended for single use”
And this is an update I received in November 2011
|The Story Begins Here….and Ends Here.
We are sharing the ‘back story’ of our bambu All Occasion Veneerware® bamboo plates and cutlery with this visual depiction with the help of artist, Arlene Birt, to illustrate our ‘Soil to Soil’ full cycle story. The simple graphic style presents our story that begins in the hills of China that we fondly refer to as ‘bamboo mountain.’The bamboo we use is grown in the wild, not from plantations. Small plots of land are leased to individual farmers who harvest the bamboo with simple hand tools. The bamboo is harvested after three to five years.
Our bamboo is harvested using sustainable farming practices. No pesticides, fertilizers or chemicals are introduced to the growing or harvesting of the bamboo, which is grown in the wild. bambu is the only company to be able to make the claim that our bamboo is organically grown and certified. Read Inhabitat’s Compost Report on our bambu Veneerware® by clicking here.
All Occasion Veneerware®has also been recognized with the industry’s first BioBased certification granted by the USDA. Biobased products are preferred over others, because of their proven biodegradability and low environmental impact.
Serve your next event, safe and clean, and certified green.
And this is the update for May 2012
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