New Paper Cutlery Packs

We’re excited to introduce our new Paper Cutlery Packs! For anyone looking for a great, sustainable Cutlery Pack. They’re available in a choice of Wooden or CPLA Cutlery and a choice of cutlery too. The packs include a Knife and Fork set, and can include a serviette a spoon too, as needed. The humble brown…

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New PLA Tubs in Stock now

We have a brand new product to introduce. Tadaaaa: Our tub-shaped PLA Bowls and Lids. These beauties keep things cool, clear and crisp – and are great for showing off the delicious fare inside. Use them to serve up a wide range of cold foods, desserts and deli Items. The 240ml, 360ml and 500ml Bowls can be paired with a one-size-fits-all…

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Introducing our Extended Range

March is our birthday month, and this year marks 14 great years of bringing biodegradable packaging to the SA market and beyond. Hooray! It’s been an exciting, challenging and rewarding journey so far. And now, like a typical teenager, we’re having a new growth spurt. Our latest expansion is in the form of our Extended Range, which we’re…

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GREEN HOME PLA Water Bottle

This is big news. GREEN HOME is launching South Africa’s first bottle and bottle cap made 100% from plants. And what’s more… it’s made right here in SA. Over the last few years, people and companies around the world have tried to innovate various bottles that are more environmentally friendly than petroleum-based PET bottles. GREEN…

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Protecting our Oceans, one Straw at a Time – GREEN HOME Paper Straws

There’s been a big fuss about plastic straws in recent years. And rightly so. They’re small, lightweight and easily travel to where they don’t belong in massive numbers, through the action of wind and rain. Straws are used briefly and then tossed, but continue to pollute environments for hundreds of years or more, with well…

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How to Tell if Your Hot Cup Lid is Compostable

Identifying compostable Hot Cup Lids is super easy. Just look for the embossed words which say ‘Compostable Lid’ in the middle of the lid above the sippy hole. The lid will also have the letters ‘PLA’ below the triangular material code. That’s all you need to check to be sure your lid is made from…

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