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Sal Tree Leaf Plates | Organic, Ethically Produced, 100% Home Compostable | 23cm | 27cm | Pack of 20

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Sturdy eco-friendly, completely compostable plates and are hand stitched and made entirely from Sal Tree leaves harvested in Nepal.  Ideal for weddings, events and takeaways, suitable for hot and cold foods.

The plates are eye-catching, sturdy and 100% organic. Made entirely from Sal Tree leaves, which come from jungle areas in Nepal. Plates made from Sal leaves have been used for centuries and are at least as robust and sturdy as paper alternatives.

The plates have been produced hygienically, are completely safe to eat from and have passed the UKAS Hygiene Certification test. All plates are fully home compostable.

Additional information

Size

23cm, 27cm x 20 pcs, 27cm x 400 pcs

Country of Origin

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Items per Pack 20
Shelf Life 24 months
User Guidance
  • Store in a cool dry place
  • Suitable for hot and cold food but are not designed to be washed and reused
Raw Materials Leaves
Ingredients

Organic Nepali Sal Tree Leaves

Environmental Impact

These leaf plates provide a natural alternative to single-use plastic and are fully biodegradable and compostable. No chemicals or glues are used in the production of the products. All the harvesting of the Sal leaves is done in a sustainable way.

Tapari Plates are manufactured in Nepal. The factory in which the plates are made, provides employment to local women in an area with few employment opportunities.

Country of Origin Nepal
Packaging Disposal Home Compostable, Recyclable

Paper packaging is fully recyclable. Plastic packaging is used to maintain the products integrity. This is recyclable where facilities are available.

Product Disposal Home Compostable

Plates can placed directly in the compost bin, or processed with food/garden waste.

Shipping

Shipped to Mainland UK

Shipped from United Kingdom

Dispatched in

Shipping for small orders will take approximately 3-5 working days.
Refunds If for any reason you are unhappy with the product or your product arrives damaged we will endeavour to provide a replacement or partial refund if necessary. We have very high-quality control and if there are any damages or quality issues we treat this with utmost importance.
Cancellation
Return
Exchange
If the product has been dispatched the order cannot be cancelled. You can return the product to us if it is not needed but you will be responsible for the shipping costs both ways. We can exchange your product for a different size but you will also be responsible for the associated shipping costs.

Tapari

Tapari produces tableware and catering products that are made entirely organically - purely from leaves and bamboo fibre. The products are therefore compostable and have zero negative impacts on the environment. The leaves are harvested sustainably in Nepal at ground level without the cutting of trees. The carbon from shipping processes is also offset, so the company is carbon neutral.

Established in 2017, Tapari has a multinational team, based in the UK and Nepal.  Tapari's core mission is to provide the world with the highest quality eco food packaging solutions. The company seeks to positively impact to the world in three core ways –  environmentally, socially, and economically. 

The world is suffering with plastic pollution more than ever, and with biodegradable and plastic-free products like Tapari's, users will be reducing the amount of plastic that ends up in landfill, in the oceans or littered in nature. 

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