Compostable Forks

24 count

Retail Price: $2.99


Member Price: $2.29 (Save 23%)

24 count

Why You’ll Love It

Repurpose makes sustainable tableware exclusively from plants. This set of 24 high-heat tolerant (200F) forks are durable, non-toxic, and BPA-free. Pack them in picnic baskets, brown bag lunches, or just make dinner cleanup easier—they’re certified compostable in 90 days!
SKU: 855995003068

About This Brand

Say hello to Repurpose, a line of sustainable tableware that looks out for the health of you, your family, and the planet. We make products exclusively from plants and on are on a mission to reduce the amount of plastics in our environment and offer guilt-free, renewable alternatives. All of the products available here in the Repurpose® family are durable, renewable, non-toxic, BPA-free, and 100% made from plants, not petroleum. They are also compostable within 90 days in an industrial composting facility.
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Ingredients

100% Made From Plants


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