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Auburn Hill, MI, United States, 2010/12/20 - EcoPalm offers different shapes and designs of plates. These products can be used for dinner parties, home meals, main courses, desserts or cookouts.
No one wants to eat off the ground, it’s not healthy, nor does it sound appetizing. However, eating off of fallen palm tree husks dinnerware is economical and environmentally safe. This long-time custom in India is a daily practice. Taking the fallen palm tree husks, adding water and heating them in an iron skillet then shaping and letting them dry to a hard shell was a common practice for many families in India.
The life cycle of EcoPalm products begin with the growth of palm trees. The trees then shed their husks - the dead bark of the palm tree that has fallen to the ground. The husks are pressed into dinnerware plates, which are microwavable, hand washable and can be reused. Here is the exciting part, a gift to nature....the plates are 100% biodegradable and they compost within 2- 3 months in home and industrial composting systems.
A few years ago most people would ask, what are fallen palm husks? However, now in our eco-friendly society, this idea is one that has started a new wave in buying biodegradable dinnerware. These products are durable, compostable, fashionable and reasonably priced.
EcoPalm offers different shapes and designs of plates. These products can be used for dinner parties, home meals, main courses, desserts or cookouts. These elegant and exotic products are sure to strike up conversation and questions on their use and origin and you'll be the expert.
The next time someone says it’s safe to eat off the ground, don’t laugh, think EcoPalm and know that when you use their products you are literally helping to preserve our environment, reduce landfills and giving our children a better future.
To find out more about these products and where to purchase them, visit EcoPalmWare.com/.