Made with 100% recycled cardboard paper using 35% or more post-consumer recycled paper, these takeout food containers from Bio-Plus Earth Kraft ensure that taking food out isn’t a moment of guilt. These containers are stackable and can hold hot, cold, wet or dry products and are microwaveable due to a grease-resistant inner coating.
This five-compartment fiber bento box separates foods of different textures and temperatures in a tray format with an optional plastic lid for transport. Disposable and made from plants, the containers are certified compostable in two to four months. Each container is soak proof, freezer safe and contains no wax or plastic lining.
Often the most environmentally damaging part of getting a cup of coffee is the plastic lid but Be Green Packaging has solved that problem with the Fiber Coffee Cup Lid. The smooth-touch fiber provides a firm and secure fit for any hot beverage, not just coffee, while also being recyclable and compostable. Made from a proprietary blend of plant and tree fibers and fits both 12 ounce and 16 ounce cups.
Ditch the single-use plastic cutlery. Instead of asking if someone would still like plastic, offer a disposable wooden set instead. Composed of wood that makes each piece of cutlery eco-friendly and biodegradable, this cutlery has a soft feel on the hand while the strength of a metal fork or spoon. Bio & Chic wraps its Disposable Wooden Cutlery Set in biodegradable PLA corn starch as well.
This 12-ounce cup is fully compostable, certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute that has recently stopped certifying any product that contains high amounts of fluorine, and insulated. Coated in organic, leak-proof lining, this PFA-free cup can handle hot or cold beverages.