The Belgian startup Do Eat is marketing a new kind of compostable, edible dishware. The small takeout containers manufactured by Do Eat are made of a mixture of potato starch and water and coated with waterproofing that prevents them from going soft. The company currently offers all shapes of their containers, called ‘verrines,’ in 25-packs for $11. Unfortunately, the company’s recent Kickstarter effort didn’t fund, but customer desire for an alternative to normal disposable dishware may make edible options popular in the future.
Read the full article here: Trendinista: Edible, Compostable Containers Could End Throwaway Plate Debate