Posted by Customer Service on November 06, 2019
Yes. Some companies use wheat scrap as a plant fiber in their products. By relying on plants like corn, sugarcane, wood scrap, and eucalyptus, we provide an allergy-free solution.
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Our compostable products are made from various renewable, plant-based materials that provide excellent quality, while allowing you to feel good about using them. We’ve down the work to be sure each is sustainably sourced down to the tiniest detail. Even our ink is vegetable-based. Materials used include: Upcycled Plant fiber – We make our plates, bowls, and cutlery from a combination of sugarcane, eucalyptus, and wood scrap left after the manufacture of other products. We’re especially proud of these plant fiber products, since each of the components would have otherwise gone directly into waste. We cut no trees! PLA -...
Posted by Jessica Lee on November 04, 2019
Our products require very specific conditions (microorganisms, certain temperatures, and moisture) to begin the composting process, so they will not break down if stored for long periods. Always check products for any applicable expiration dates.