What are world Centric utensils made from?

What are world Centric utensils made from?

World Centric’s molded fiber cutlery is made from discarded sugarcane and rapidly renewable bamboo fibers, reducing a source of plastic leakage into the environment.

Where are world centric products made?

The line will be manufactured, marketed and distributed entirely in the U.S. Currently, the majority of fiber based compostable foodservice ware is produced in Asia, thus outsourcing jobs and adding carbon emissions from shipping to the environmental and economic costs of production.

Who owns World centric?

Aseem Das
Aseem Das founded World Centric in 2004. Although a software engineer by trade, Das says he wanted to find a way to engage his passion for social and environmental issues. He started World Centric.

What is TPLA cutlery?

Disposable cutlery made from plant based TPLA compostable plastic (70% non-GMO corn and 30% talc). Designed to reduce waste and provide a safe, non-toxic alternative to plastic. Suitable for food up to 180°F.

What kind of cutlery is world centric made of?

Compostable Cutlery and Utensils. World Centric® Cutlery is made from either PLA or TPLA (non-GMO PLA & Talc) and is BPI Certified compostable. They are durable and reusable and are the safe alternative to petroleum-based plastic.

Where can I use world centric compostable packaging?

Scientists have a moral obligation to clearly warn humanity of any catastrophic threat and to tell it like it is. As a coastal restaurant, Mijo’s Taqueria in Santa Cruz, California is utilizing compostable packaging from World Centric in an effort to reduce the waste footprint of their operations.

Where does the plastic go after World centric?

As part of their commitment to being a plastic neutral business, @amavidacoffee uses only reusable and compostable cups, lids and straws from World Centric. The majority of ocean plastics originate on land, end up in rivers and other watersheds, and flow downstream into the ocean.