This is the most traditional flatware material, and it's typically made of either polypropylene or polystyrene in a process known as polymerization.
An updated take on the classic option, PLA plastic is a bioplastic made from a variety of renewable sources, from various roots to sugarcane.
Also conisidered a bioplastic, this flatware is made from fermented plant starch, which is considered a renewable source. Many producers use corn starch.
While it's technically a grass, bamboo is a strong and durable material. It's also not made with any harsh chemicals or dyes, and it has a natural look.
This material is a by-product of sugarcane processing. It comes from a fiber that remains after stalks are crushed and juice is extracted.
The by product of trees, this flatware is also made without harsh dyes and chemicals. One of the most common types used includes birch wood.
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For restaurants with a developed take out business, this is an ideal option. Wrapped disposable flatware:
If you're busy catering food, it can be a great help to have disposable serving utensils ready for use. From larger serving spoons and forks to tongs and ladlies, there is something for every dish. We even offer plastic bread knives and sandwich spreaders. Each utensil:
"How cute!" That may be your guests' initial response to our selection of petite plastic flatware. However it offers convenience and more. A petite plastic utensil: