Thursday, October 30, 2008


Verterra is a line of biodegradable, disposable dishes that will decompose within three months of becoming waste.

They are made of completely sustainable materials, fallen leaves and water- that's it. Although they are more expensive than other disposable dishes, they are sturdy enough to be hand washed and reused plus they are oven, refrigerator and microwave friendly.

Featuring a wood-grain look, these pieces are pretty enough to be used at even the chicest dinner party. According to TIME, Columbia University, the Clinton Museum and VH1 have ordered the plates for events, and Verterra has provided dishes for hundreds of bar mitzvahs, weddings and parties. What a great way to add a bit of "green" to your next event.

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