Eat Your Disposable Spoon Instead of Tossing It In the Trash

Eat Your Disposable Spoon Instead of Tossing It In the Trash
Food & Beverage

This edible utensil comes in flavors ranging from mint-ginger to carrot-beetroot

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 7 april 2016

Billions of plastic knives, forks and spoons are used once and just as quickly thrown away in the U.S. each year, according to India-based company Bakeys. But if consumers could eat their cutlery instead of tossing it in the garbage, the company’s founder thought, a “cutlery revolution” might be born.

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