What you eat is your
If your yummy food is causing plastic pollution.
It’s our business.
What you drink is your
If your drink is the reason for climate change
It’s our business.
Attaware is Social entrepreneurship firm which produces
biodegradable disposable cutlery and food packing Solutionsmanufactured using grains.
Eco Friendly products, Support for farmers, zero waste production, Women empowerment and feed one feed
all are key values of our business.
THE PERFECT ALTERNATIVE
It is a 100% natural, biodegradable, edible and disposable cutlery. Attaware has a wide variety of kitchen and tableware which are made from 100% Wheat flour, which is a great alternative to most plastic, Paper and styrofoam (thermacol) made Cutlery.
"EVERYONE OF US EATS THOUSANDS OF
MICRO PLASTICS EVERY YEAR. THOUGH
ABUNDANT IN WATER, AIR, AND
COMMON FOODS, IT’S UNCLEAR HOW IT
MIGHT AFFECT OUR HEALTH.”
HOW DO WE DO IT?
The key ingredient for our tableware is Wheat Flour. The Flour is extracted from wheat. The Flour is The processed under industry standards and the resultant product is treated under high temperatures to produce high-quality edible cutlery.
EDIBLE VS PLASTIC
Plastic lasts for an average of 500 years.Edible is decomposed in about 30 days.Plastic releases NO, CO2, Sulfur dioxide, Polycyclic organic matters etc, which are extremely harmful and contribute to air pollution.Edible tableware releases no harmful gases.Plastic tableware consists of 100% chemically prepared ingredients,Edible tableware is 100% organicPlastic tableware is insoluble in water and clogs drains and increase water pollution, edible tableware is 100% dissolvable in water.
PHD. University Of Delhi
A very great initiative by Attaware ….the whole crockery set including plates spoons bowls are made up of आटा and गुड़ ….we can eat in it and after throwing it animals can also eat it …
INDIA- GLOBAL HQ
Puneet Dutta – Innovator, Founder and Director
BI/3A Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi - 110088
Phone: +91 98710 14728
Antriksh Garg – Marketing and Sales Partner – EU and UK
87, Brompton Park Crescent (Physical address for mailing purpose only.)
Phone: +44 7476 488 242