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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.
Your picnic basket or your picnic container is going to dictate as to what type of tableware you may want to carry. If you're using ceramic or glassware, or possibly china, you're going to want good silverware for your picnicking experience. There's no sense in packing plastic spoons and forks, if you're eating off of china. There are plenty of different styles of picnic baskets that can keep your china, glassware and tableware all safely stored.
Clear plastic tableware can be used in many gatherings such as; weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, up-scale barbecues, family reunions, and bridal or baby showers. Any of these settings would be perfect for this type of tableware. Not only this product save money when compared to renting expensive china, it will also eliminate the cost of any dishes that get broken or lost. It is also an excellent choice for an easy clean-up. After all the time you just spent to put this celebration together, that last thing you want is to have a big mess to clean up afterwards. This will be really nice after all the guests have gone home and all you have to think about is the excitement from the party, and not have to spend a lot of energy trying to clean up a mess that could have been avoided.