EcoTensil launches plastic-free single-use cutlery

EcoTensil launches plastic-free single-use cutlery

 Product News - OnBoard HOSPITALITY June 24, 2020

Global pioneer in sustainable paperboard utensils, EcoTensil has announced the European launch of its plastic-free, single-use cutlery for food packaging.

The range of folding multi-functional paper utensils was developed to replace small plastic spoons and sporks found in pot lids, trays, and other grab-and-go packaging, with a more environmentally-friendly option. 

All EcoTensil products are made from materials sourced from well-managed FSC®-certified forests* and use 50-80% less material than plastic, bio-plastic or wood cutlery.

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There is an EcoTensil utensil to fit just about any size package and application process. The pre-folded TabLock EcoSpoon4 (49mm folded length, 89mm unfolded) is locked shut and comes packed stacked in tidy rows for easy placement on the assembly line.

EcoTensil offers an unfolded, 82mm utensil and a 95mm size, both of which may be ordered hygienically flow-wrapped or loose pack. The 95mm also can be ordered folded to a 48mm length and wrapped for small spaces.

The range is available to order now across Europe through EcoTensil.eu. [Read More]

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