Pasta straw company expands into edible tableware

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Stroodles’ new plates are constructed from edible wheat bran.

Pasta straw-maker Stroodles has extended its portfolio into a full edible tableware range.

All the company’s products are said to be 100% biodegradable and edible, where possible. They are designed to replicate the quality and experience of their plastic counterparts, including stability.

The new edible spoons are made from biscuit and have a 1 hour use time. The vegan products are available in chocolate, oat, cacao, pepper and masala variants, measuring between 6.8cm and 14cm in length. Most varieties have a shelf life of 11 months, with the largest variety lasting 14 months.

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Stroodles’ edible plates and bowls are made from wheat bran and are designed to be 100% biodegradable, vegan and compostable in 30 days.

Plates are available in diameters of 16, 20, 24 and 28cm, while a round bowl variant has a 20cm diameter and an oval bowl measures 24 x 16cm. All are available in unit sizes of 100 pieces apart from the 28cm plate, which comes in units of 50.

Finally, the supplier’s new edible cups are made from wafer, designed to last for at least 30 minutes and be heat-resistant up to 85°C. There should be no transfer of heat and the wafer shouldn’t change the drink’s taste. The cups are available in 110ml and 220ml volumes.

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