Elevate your salads! Kenyan artists hand carve these ethically produced tongs from fallen olive tree wood.
Who wants to sip pinot noir from a red plastic cup, anyway? These glasses mimic crystal, enhancing wine’s taste, color, and aroma. The unbreakable beauties are made from BPA-free polymer so they’re reusable and recyclable.
Keep clean with adorable, litter-free napkins. Available in punchy, bright patterns, the washable napkins are printed with a plant-based, nontoxic dye.
You say potato, we say SpudWare Cutlery. Biodegradable and heat resistant, these forks, knives, and spoons are made from 80 percent potato starch and 20 percent soy oil.
World Centric Bagasse/Wheatstraw Plates are made from byproduct materials bagasse (sugarcane) and wheatstraw fiber, and are 100 percent compostable.
These handy kitchenware items are not only stylish but are also kind and friendly to the environment.
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