By B15MiLl4hcodingcolor. Tableware. At Sunday, April 14th 2019, 07:40:54 AM.
Recently, more formal tableware in the plastic variety has come into fashion. Plastic party plates are the latest wedding fashion, bringing class and elegance to a wedding meal without the usual accompanying worry of cleanup. Many of these party plates feature attractive designs and convincing texture; party guests will be shocked to discover that the plates off of which they are eating are made of plastic rather than porcelain or china. Plastic cutlery is also available for purchase, and some of those pieces are difficult to distinguish from real silverware. Plastic tableware is an attractive and economically feasible alternative to breakable dishes that will have to be washed after the wedding.
Choose an Eco-Friendly Option - These days, consumers have a much greater assortment of clear tableware and cutlery to choose from, including a bevy of green alternatives. Many of these products are made using sustainable practices that are better for the planet and are comprised of more eco-friendly materials that can be recycled more easily than traditional plastic or even paper tableware. Renewable plastics, such as bioplastics, are made from renewable resources and are a cost-effective and ecologically sound alternative to petroleum-based tableware products. Other clear tableware products are made from PET, or post-consumer recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate. The "PET" or "PETE" acronym on plastic products (including tableware) simply indicates it was made from recycled materials.
Serveware as the name suggests is made up of items used for serving, this could be both utensils as well as receptacles for holding large amounts of food before it is transferred to the dinnerware; items designed for individual dining. Flatware includes items such as cutlery and hence can be considered a massively important type of tableware. Finally drinkware is used for the serving of drinks, strictly this refers to mugs and cups rather than glasses as these can be labelled as glassware, although at times the term drinkware is used to describe any item that can be drank from.