Edible cutlery

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#2 Product of the DayMarch 26, 2016
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Levi Kovacs
Levi KovacsHunter@kovlex · Building @mobiscroll
This is such a great idea! All around the world there is a lot of waste from plastic spoons, forks. It seems this is especially a big problem in India. Highly nutritious, comes in plain, sweet and savoury with different flavors... spicy, garlic, ginger. Environmentally friendly, green technology. They ship internationally!
Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
@kovlex Love love this. 😀 I'm worried we may have given Bakey's the PH traffic hug of death. If above link isn't loading for you, here is an alternative to learn more:
Anant Garg
Anant GargPro@anant_garg · Founder @,
@kovlex This is definitely cool. In India, we also get high quality leaf plates (check out "patra plates") which are super eco friendly. There is a US company doing something similar as well-
Srinivasan R
Srinivasan R@tweetsrinir · Founder, Aggu.
@anant_garg @kovlex share as a new product, so, everyone could see.
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell ·
they can ship 100 for $4 Shelf life of 3 years Once used they will decompose in 3-4 days if you don't want to eat them This is crazy cool
Manish R. Jain
Manish R. Jain@mrjain_ · Co-founder, MProfit
Hugh backlog at the moment. This guy has been struggling for several years with the product then in the last 2 weeks things have gone crazy awesome for him.
Hunter@doyoulikesports · Co Founder, Paranoid Fan
This might be the most impactful product to ever be featured on PH.
Allan Zhang
Allan Zhang@daspianist · Building mobile technologies.
@doyoulikesports The fact that it solves a real, non first-world problem is what makes it so awesome. Immense respect to the innovators who made this happen.
This is something that all PH'ers should up-vote. Fantastic product with the potential to help millions of people all over the world.