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Sarah Clark

Location: Hollywood, FL US
Website: http://www.infinitecanopy.com


Global consumption of single-use disposable food and drink containers is estimated at 438 billion units per year, or 140,000 per second. The vast majority of these products are made from tree paper and petroleum where: The production of these products harms the environment by using precious non-renewable resources and causing large amounts of toxic pollution The used product is non-biodegradable and will languish in landfills or as litter for thousands of years after their single use.

Is it worth it for a to-go container or the convenience of a paper plate? Most people when they learn the cost would probably say NO! Luckily, this problem is solvable....

Infinite Canopy sells environmentally sustainable, forward thinking food and drink containers which are 100% plant based and compostable (meaning they will degrade so that they actually return nutrients to the soil). Our products are only made from highly renewable plant sources such as sugar, bamboo, rice and corn, never contain any toxins or chemicals, never use trees cut down from a forest, and use production methods that reduce pollution. Many of our products have ZERO emission manufacturing, meaning their production does not generate any toxic or organic waste at all. This is in stark contrast to paper and petroleum product manufacturing - both major emitters of toxic pollution.

There is NO REASON to use tree paper, plastic or styrofoam products at your restaurant or special event. We have alternatives appropriate for all types of events, from economical sugarcane products to premiere bamboo products - all of which are durable and microwave/freezer safe. Its easy to go green today!

We service restaurants, caterers, weddings, schools, government institutions, corporations, special events and individual parties. No order is too small or too large for us.