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May 10, 2007

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Jarden promotes recycled resin dinnerware

Jarden Home Brands (Muncie, IN) will introduce a line of disposable cutlery made from 100% recycled plastic. New Diamond Renew Dinnerware includes spoons, forks, and knives made with less plastic overall, reducing waste while reportedly maintaining strength and durability.

The cutlery features a patent-pending cored-out handle that uses 10% less plastic in each piece of cutlery, resulting in less waste in landfills. To further improve its overall environmental impact, Renew Dinnerware will be packaged in 100% recycled paperboard.

Beginning this summer, Renew Dinnerware 24- and 48-piece combo packs of spoons, forks, and knives will be available at retailers nationwide. “We are excited to offer cutlery that gives people the convenience they want for easy entertaining and meals on-the-go, while also allowing them to do something better for the environment,” said Amy Lemen, brand manager for Diamond Serviceware, Jarden Home Brands.—[email protected]

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