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Triangle Tree’s Edible Spoons Are a Tasty Alternative to Plastic Utensils

Posted By Morgana Matus On September 28, 2014 @ 1:30 pm In Environment,Green Products,Innovation,Sustainable Food | 4 Comments

edible spoon, triangle tree, corn, biodegradable, plastic alternative [1]

In an effort to create an alternative to disposable plastic silverware, Triangle Tree [2] has produced Edible Spoons, a spoon that you can eat after finishing your meal. Made of corn, the spoons are biodegradable and can either be composted or consumed. The Edible Spoon is also designed to break apart after use to make snacking easier. Created with all organic ingredients, the spoon comes in three flavors (plain, spicy, or sweet), and can act as a novel snack or an eco-friendly alternative to petroleum products.

+ Triangle Tree [2]

Via Geekologie [3]

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[2] Triangle Tree: http://triangletree.com/

[3] Geekologie: http://geekologie.com/2013/04/sure-but-what-about-the-bowl-edible-spoo.php

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