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Foodscapes: Contemporary Compostable Tableware Made from Recycled Food Waste
Posted By Ana Lisa On May 7, 2013 @ 4:30 pm In Environment,Green Products,Innovation,Recycled Materials,Recycling and Composting | No Comments
Next time you throw a dinner party at home you can wow your guests even if your cooking isn’t amazing. Designed by Italian studio Whomade  and Michela Milani , ‘Foodscapes’ is a contemporary tableware collection that is compostable , free from artificial agents and made entirely from recycled food waste.
Made from peanut husk or carrot peels, and mixed with potato starch, the textured containers are shaped like a seed. They are made from edible leftovers free of additives, colorants, thickeners and any other artificial agents, so that they can also be composted  once you’re done using them.
+ Whomade 
+ Michela Milani 
Photos by Whomade 
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URLs in this post:
 Whomade: http://www.whomade.it/
 Michela Milani: http://www.michelamilani.com/
 compostable: http://inhabitat.com/wasara-compostable-japanese-tableware-is-ephemeral-and-beautiful/
 composted: http://inhabitat.com/compostable-containers-by-eatware/
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