Texas company offers eateries eco-friendly tableware options
Dallas, Texas (PRUnderground) October 12th, 2018
An eco-friendly tableware company out of north Texas wants people to ditch their traditional to-go options for good.
CircleTerra offers certified compostable and recyclable options for tableware, food trays, cutlery, straws, take out to-go containers and other traditionally single-use plastic products. Owner and founder Kelly Freeman started the company in 2015 so she could put her desire for a sustainable planet into practical action.
“Reduce, reuse and recycle are great things to say, but you can’t always control what people are going to do with your products,” says Freeman. “However, businesses can control what products they give to their customers. By switching to sustainable food containers and tableware, businesses are proving to their customers that they care about the world our children will inherit.”
All of CircleTerra’s products are created with the environment in mind. Plates, clamshells and other to-go containers are made from sugarcane or bamboo fiber – which are both compostable and recyclable. Bowls are made from palm leaves. Straws are made from FSC and FDA approved paper, not plastic. Insulated coffee cups and lids are compostable and recyclable. A complete list of products is available at www.circleterra.com.
“Many businesses want to switch from harmful styrofoam and plastic products but aren’t sure what steps to take to make that change,” says Freeman. “That’s why I created CircleTerra; to help those companies make the switch away from plastic easier.”
CircleTerra is a woman-owned business headquartered in the wonderful city of Garland, TX. We have a heart for providing customers quality, sustainable and healthier choices for their disposable tableware and to-go containers. We are on a mission to eliminate the use of single-use plastics and Styrofoam used for our food. We also offer reusable alternatives to throw away plastics. We\’ve been in business since 2015 and serve numerous customers in the North Texas area. For more information, go to www.circleterra.com.Press Contact
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