Archive for the ‘Compostable’ Category


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San Fran Ban

Posted on: Thursday, July 7th, 2016 in: Compostable, News, School | Comments Off on San Fran Ban

By: Natasha Naik   The Golden city has officially banned all foam products, and environmentalists across the nation are rejoicing.  In an effort to meet the city’s “No Waste by 2020” goal, the city has made it illegal to sell anything made from the harmful compound polystyrene, from packing peanuts to plates. Though this was […]


Let’s Talk About Bagasse

Posted on: Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 in: Compostable | Comments Off on Let’s Talk About Bagasse

By: Natasha Naik   For thousands of years sugar has been a staple in our diets. Years ago sugar was considered such a delicacy, that it was literally worth its weight in gold and people would trade gold and other precious substances to get some of it. Fast forward to today, sugar is still an […]


Eliminate Foam in Schools

Posted on: Friday, February 26th, 2016 in: Compostable, News, School | Comments Off on Eliminate Foam in Schools

Did you know 30 million students in over 5,000 school districts in the US will have the chance for a healthy meal thanks to the Urban School Alliance and Alliance for a Healthier Generation? No? Visit their sites to find out more on their mission to improve school meals and replace styrofoam trays for compostable ones.


The Battle of Compostable Trays (Recycled Paper vs Sugar Pulp)

Posted on: Monday, February 15th, 2016 in: Compostable, School | Comments Off on The Battle of Compostable Trays (Recycled Paper vs Sugar Pulp)

In 2015, some of the largest school districts in the USA switched from styrofoam lunch trays to compostable plates made from recycled newsprint paper. When these school districts chose recycled paper trays over other forms of compostable material, we asked ourselves, “how do recycled paper trays compare against sugar pulp trays?” To answer the question […]


Watch a Compostable Plate Decompose

Posted on: Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 in: Compostable, News | Comments Off on Watch a Compostable Plate Decompose

You’re on this site because you’ve heard so much about compostable tableware and how the biggest advantage of them over styrofoam is that they decompose over time. Now have you ever actually watched a compostable product decompose? We wanted to show our viewers how the process works, so we filled two fish tanks with soil and […]


What is Composting?

Posted on: Monday, November 30th, 2015 in: Compostable, News, School | Comments Off on What is Composting?

Do you know what composting is? Composting is defined as the decomposition of something alive back into it’s original organic atoms, molecules. Bioplanet Corp. went to a composting facility to get a first hand look at how composting works.        


Sample Our New Plate!

Posted on: Friday, October 2nd, 2015 in: Compostable, News | Comments Off on Sample Our New Plate!

We have a new 5 compartment plate that we are sure you will love! Our new plate has a wider center that is a perfect fit for school milk & juice cartons. If you are interested in our product and would like to get some free samples, please email us at for more information.