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Disposable dinnerware doesn't get greener than this. Water + fallen palm leaves makes Leafware dinnerware. All natural, compostable and biodegradable, with no binders/chemicals, it's Mother Nature at her best. Don't take our word for it, try it yourself. Party now! Party Eco-Style!

Leafware is driven to making our world greener and making it safe for our children, for many generations to come. We are constantly searching for new ways to find ancient solutions for modern world focused with attention on the ecologically safe and sustainable products. Many ancient communities in Asia have been using green products for centuries. They use leaves of specific trees and vines, sewn together with bits of stem and fashioned into ‘disposable’, 'versatile' plates and bowls. This natural crockery easily decomposes with out creating pollution or solid waste problems! Such use of leaves inspired Leafware to produce disposable, environment-friendly dinnerware and dining accessories designed for contemporary use.

The fallen leaves are carefully harvested, hygienically cleaned and pressed to various shapes to form plates, bowls and trays. Usage of fallen leaves eases the economic pressure to cut down trees and therefore preserving our planet’s true identity. Leafware products are sustainably produced and providing source of living for many families in small communities of South Asia.

If used at home or for parties and festivals such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc., just use and put them in the backyard compost or dispose them off as one would do with any other disposable product.

Our mission is to provide sustainable, natural products for the benefit of our planet. We believe in offering choices that reduce society's impact on air, water, and soil now and for future generations.

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