The cafeteria is the greatest source of a school’s carbon emissions AND a big source of chemical exposure harmful to student health.

Research shows that plastic is contributing to these growing health trends in children:

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We are decarbonizing schools cafeterias and improving student health and environmental health knowledge through our reusable foodware and customized educational curriculum.

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  • The AAP released a statement saying that chemicals in plastic harm children’s hormones, growth and brain development.

  • “The impacts of plastic production and pollution on the triple planetary crisis of climate change, nature loss and pollution are a catastrophe in the making,” the UN agency said, “with exposure to plastics harming human health...”

  • “Plastics contain and leach hazardous chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that threaten human health.”

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Stainless steel is the ONLY non-breakable dish material recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (which is backed by 67,000 pediatricians).

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  • School cafeterias are one of the US’s highest contributors to plastic waste. By one measure, schools in the US contribute to 3 billion pounds of lunchroom waste annually.

  • In the UK, polluting single use plastics will be banned beginning October 2023.

  • The impacts of plastic pollution start with how plastics are made. “The plastics industry is the fastest-growing source of industrial greenhouse gases in the world...”

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The Commercial and Early Childhood Lines

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GreenScreen Certified

Our cafeteria tray is GreenScreen Certified, which means it has been thoroughly tested and achieved the GreenScreen Standard for Reusable Food Packaging. This certification sets a new safety standard for products that do NOT contain PFAS and other harmful chemicals. 

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