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EarthShell’s biodegradable dinnerware can contribute to eco-friendly tailgates, picnics, or other occasions, and while you’re serving, use the products as conversation pieces.
These paper plates not only decompose in up to ninety days, they’re made from recycled materials. They’re molded from limestone, renewable corn and potato starches, water, and recycled fiber.
Headquartered in Lebanon, Missouri, EarthShell’s central location provides reasonable shipping rates to both coasts, Canada, and Mexico. All ingredients are produced in the United States, but the company hopes to reduce its carbon footprint in the future by using Missouri limestone and Iowa potatoes.