Banquet introduces cornware to one food court outlet

Plates

Channel NewsAsia reported this evening that one Banquet food court outlet will be using cornware, replacing its use of plastic. The actual branch was not mentioned in the news story.

Olive Green Marketing is the supplier of these cornware products, which are bio-plastics (aka organic plastic), as opposed to conventional plastics. This simply means that they biodegrade quicker than normal oil-derived plastic, and no oil is used in its production.

While it causes less environmental damage, nothing beats using those red/orange/purple reusable bowls we are used to seeing at most foodcourts today.

Image taken from Getty Images

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