Lucy Siegle ponders this topic in her Observer column (click here to read in full) and cites Vegware cutlery and napkins as examples of `disposable innovation’.
Vegware is proud to be working with restaurant-quality-in-your-home trailblazers Deliverance to provide a complete biodegradable package to their customers. The new meal kits contain starch cutlery, starch tableware and recycled fibre napkin, all wrapped in a compostable film bag.
As a Scottish company (based in Edinburgh), we were delighted to be featured on the new All Food Scotland website. Click here to view the posting.
Vegware cutlery gets Christopher Middleton’s approval in the Saturday Telegraph. Click here to read the article.
We were delighted to be winners of a coveted Green Apple award for our corn and potato starch cutlery. This was presented in the Tower of London by the Green Organization, an
“independent, non-political, non-activist, non-profit environment group dedicated to recognising, rewarding and promoting environmental best practice around the world.”
We are delighted that Boing Boing considered our cutlery to be a wonderful thing. The vegware website received 10,000 hits that day! Click here to view the posting.
“Yes we’re pretty keen on vegetables here at TreeHugger. We like to grow them, cook them, eat them, eat off them and eat with them. We’ve no shortage of information about biodegradable cutlery on TreeHugger; we’ve reported on knives, forks and spoons which you can throw on your compost heap, from the States to Australia via oh so stylish Italy. However we do like to be thorough so today we would like to add the UK based supplier Vegware to our cutlery catalogue.”
Click here to read the full posting.
Vegware cutlery is ‘going up’ according to The Green Gauge in Lucy Siegle’s Observer column. Click here to view.