Bamboozle Redefines Reusable Tableware While Thriving During a Pandemic

Read the full story at Triple Pundit.

The trick to the household products made by Bamboozle is very simple—what looks like trendy plastic kitchenware actually is formed from a combination of bamboo and natural materials such as sugarcane and cornstarch.

The company’s dishes, cups, serving platters and composters have the appearance, feel and durability of plastic, but were manufactured with one-fifth of the greenhouse gases used to make plastic. One goal of Bamboozle is to nudge consumers away from single-use products by creating sturdy, attractive items that can be produced sustainably, and once discarded, are biodegradable, rather than languishing in landfills.  

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