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Updated: Feb 7

🇬🇧 Bristol, United Kingdom

The world of disposable single-use products has long been an issue for our environment. 220 million Americans admitted to using disposable cups and plates in 2020, with that number expected to rise.

Most disposable single-use items are plastic, or plastic-coated, making them unrecyclable, and adding to the plastic epidemic we’re currently facing. So there has to be a sustainable solution that can help curb our single-use obsession.

Tapari is a Nepalese brand tackling the single-use product war with its sustainable catering products. Their disposable plates are made from Sal tree and bamboo fibers and can be used a few times before needing to be disposed of. The best part? They’re 100% compostable.

Their products are predominantly handmade, making them a far more sustainable option than machine-manufactured products. And the brand supports the local area and gives employment opportunities to women, empowering an entire community, and contributing to a completely sustainable future.

To show your support or find out more, visit their website.

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Emma Jade


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