Repurpose Tableware Made From Plants

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
We have all used paper plates and plastic cups. Feeding a group of people is much easier when you use single-use items. It reduces the need to wash so many dishes and makes clean up a breeze. But there is a twinge of guilt and regret to see all that ending up in the trash. Repurpose Compostables offers a solution with their single-serve, sustainable, durable tableware that are 100% made from plants.
I received a package from Repurpose that includes plates, bowls, cups, forks, spoons, and knives, so I could experience them myself. These products are very durable and their performance rivals some of the biggest names in paper plates and plastic cups. Repurpose products are made from corn, sugar, and bamboo - plants that are renewed annually. The products are 100% compostable in an industrial composter in just 90 days.
Repurpose tableware is BPA-free, chlorine-free and petroleum-free. The inks used on the products are soy-based. The products can withstand heat up to 200 degrees. The heavy-duty plates and bowls are cut-resistant and leak-resistant. The hot cups feature eco-insulation so drinks stay warm without double stacking. Even the production of Repurpose tableware uses less fossil resources, lowering the overall carbon footprint.
Many of us look for ways to help our Earth and using Repurpose products instead of paper plates and plastic cups is an easy change that could have an enormous impact. I compared prices in the store and Repurpose product prices are aligned with those of similar performance standards, which means I'm not paying any more for products that are better for my family and my world. That makes them WAY BETTER! I love Repurpose tableware products and highly recommend them!


  1. I'm glad to read this! I think its very important to help the earth in every way we can we have been damaging it too much now! Those products sound great!


    1. Every little step helps! Thanks for reading!


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