Cutlery Compost? Aspenware Biodegradable Wooden Cutlery Available at Briteland!

Hosting a party?  Taking the family camping? Maybe you just don’t feel like doing dishes?  Aspenware biodegradable wooden cutlery is now available at Briteland!

Stronger and more resilient than most plastic alternatives, Aspenware encompasses eco-friendly by design and function.  Aspenware is made locally in the Okanagan from reclaimed birch and aspen trees which are normally cut down and discarded during the forestation process.

Aspenware is dual layered and ribbed for reinforcement, making it tough enough for multiple uses but light enough to cart around. Coated in a kosher shellac the cutlery doesn’t wick moisture away from your mouth like other wood food products and doesn’t release any toxic chemicals when burned, composted or digested. And although the packaging looks like plastic it is actually a cellulose fibre which can also be composted.

Take it hiking, camping, heli-skiing, out on a picnic, or anywhere you don’t have the opportunity to wash cutlery.  Aspenware goes where you do.  Next time you’re thinking of buying disposable cutlery, try the green alternative, mother nature will thank you.  It’s nice when the tough decisions are already made for you.


About Briteland

Briteland is your local everything store. We started business in 1984 in Vernon, and because of our friendly staff, product knowledge and versatility we are still going strong 26 years later. We stock products from irrigation, to farm and agriculture supply, feed, home and garden, snow solutions and more.
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