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Pie à la style: When it comes to beautiful baking accessories, the pie’s the limit

Another reason would be to use some of these super-stylish accessories and baking toys, er, we mean tools.

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A brief synopsis of the Global Disposable Dinnerware Market provided in the report includes Market news analysis, Market policy analysis, definitions, specifications, applications and classifications. It covers a number of Disposable Dinnerware Market dynamics ranging from the basics to advanced Market intelligence which aids companies in expanding their Global Disposable Dinnerware Market size.

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Some of the Key Players Covered in Disposable Dinnerware Market Report are:

  • Biopac India Corporation Ltd.
  • Mozaik
  • PrimeWare
  • Hefty
  • Belix
  • PEP Connecticut Plastics

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By Types

  • By Material Types
  • Foam Plastic
  • Biodegradable Plastics
  • Wooden
  • By Product Types
  • Plates
  • Bowls
  • Trays
  • Cups
  • Cutlery

By Applications

  • Household
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel
  • Other

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  • Region wise analysis of Disposable Dinnerware (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
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Global Disposable Dinnerware Market 2018 by Top Players JAM Paper, Ningbo Roff, Daily Chef

Global Disposable Dinnerware market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability also lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry Analysis of the key factors influencing the market.

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North America
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India

Global Disposable Dinnerware market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including
Hanna K Signature
Masterpiece
PrimeLink Solutions
JAM Paper
Ningbo Roff
Daily Chef
Lancaster Commercial
Nanofiber Tech
Arc International Tableware
Abert SpA
Lancaster Commercial
Ocean Glass Public Company
Mozaik
PrimeWare
Hefty
Belix
PEP Connecticut Plastics

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Don’t put kids’ plastic dinnerware in dishwasher

A recent report from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says we should avoid “microwaving food or beverages (including infant formula and pumped human milk) in plastic when possible,” when heating up children’s food or drinks. That’s not a surprise. By now, most of us know that microwaves and plastics don’t mix because toxins such as Bisphenol-A (BPA) or phthalates can leak out of plastics and into food from the heat.

But the AAP’s recommendations go beyond not putting plastics in the microwave. The organization also recommends keeping items — including cups, plates and cutlery children will use — out of the dishwasher if children will be using them because the heat can make toxins leach out of the plastic.

BPA, when absorbed by the body, can act like estrogen. If children absorb it, it can “potentially change the timing of puberty, decrease fertility, increase body fat, and affect the nervous and immune systems.” Phthalates may effect the genital development of males, as well as increase the risk of childhood obesity and possibly contribute to cardiovascular disease.

These two toxins aren’t the only ones AAP warns against. It also suggests these other additives, which can be found in food or packaging and can be harmful to growing children.

  • Perfluorolkyl chemicals (PFS). These chemicals are used in grease-proof paper and cardboard food packaging. They can affect immunity, birth weight, fertility, the thyroid system, metabolism, digestion, muscle control, brain development and bone strength.
  • Perchlorate. This static electricity controlling chemical is found is some dry foods. It can affect thyroid function, brain development and growth.
  • Artificial colors in food. They can contribute to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
  • Nitrates/nitrites in food. These preservatives, which are used primarily in cured and processed meats, can affect thyroid hormone production and the blood’s ability to deliver oxygen. They’re also linked with certain cancers.

How to avoid toxic additives


Washing your hands before eating can help minimize exposure to harmful chemicals. (Photo: Natalia Lebedinskaia/Shutterstock)

If you want to avoid these toxins mentioned by the AAP report, here are the group’s suggestions to do that:

  • Eat more fruits and vegetables, fresh or frozen, and avoid processed meats.
  • Don’t microwave food in plastic.
  • Don’t wash plastic dinnerware that kids will eat from in the dishwasher.
  • Know your recycling codes. Plastic with a code 3 contain phthalates; code 6 contain serene; and code 7 contains bisphenol. Avoid those plastics.
  • Wash your hands and children’s hands before eating.

In addition to the AAP’s recommendations, here are a few more:

  • Read the nutrition label on packaged foods. Look for artificial colors and preservatives in the ingredients list and avoid foods that contain them.
  • If you want to buy foods like bacon, hot dogs or lunch meats that traditionally contain nitrates, look for ones labeled nitrate-free. Many brands producing these products without nitrites. The nitrate-free products won’t have as long of a shelf life, so be conscious of how long you keep them around.
  • Choose organic foods, which are not permitted to have artificial colors, preservatives and flavors or synthetic nitrates/nitrites.

While these recommendations from the AAP are specifically for growing children because these toxins can cause specific problems to growth and development, adults would do well to avoid them, too. If you’re making changes for the health of the children, why not go ahead and make the changes for yourself while you’re at it?




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Old, Dusty Dinnerware Finds New Life at Detroit’s Lady of the House

In September 2017, Kate Williams opened one of Detroit’s most anticipated restaurants, Lady of the House, and in the year since, the buzz has persisted. Williams was named a Food Wine Best New Chef, for one. “Lady of the House may be a gift to the city of Detroit from its native daughter, but what Williams has built resonates far outside the city limits,” wrote restaurant editor Jordana Rothman

Williams’ no-waste ethos—an energizing force behind the delightful, surprising food that leaves her kitchen—extends to the dining room, as well. 90 percent of the dishware at Lady of the House is donated, Williams estimates, by people who are looking to unload boxes of china gathering dust in their attics. The resulting aesthetic is charming as hell, feeding the pervasive sense that you are being hosted in a good friend’s home.

“As the concept of Lady of the House came to life, my aunts were cleaning out their storage units and said, ‘Oh, we have all these dishes, they’re great-grandma’s, you want them?” says Williams. Later, when one of her aunts visited for dinner and ate from the plates she had donated, she started crying. 

“That was our opening set of dishware. And then we’d hear, ‘Oh my gosh, do you need more dishes, I have so many!’ People were so excited to give a second life to these dishes that were just sitting there,” Williams says. “And then they would come in the next month excited that they were eating off the dishware they donated.”

We are taking china dinnerware donations! We opened with some of Chef Kate’s aunt and grandmother’s beautiful china and since then, members of our staff (special shoutout to @loombug) regularly thrift for china to keep us stocked. Sometimes, even guests will drop off unwanted china…and if you would like to do the same, DM us and let us know what you have! We love giving china a second life because really….why wait for a special occasion?

A post shared by Lady of the House (@ladyofthehousedetroit) on Jul 28, 2018 at 9:30am PDT

In the months since opening, word has spread throughout the Detroit area that Lady of the House accepts dishware donations, so the team is regularly surprised with boxes of beautiful, dainty china that had been ignored for decades, gathering dust in attics. A recent donation was sent to the restuarant without a name.

“They were just sent to us with a little heart, and the note, ‘Hope you can enjoy these and put them to good use,’ wrapped in old newspapers and three or four boxes of them,” Williams says.

There’s one couple that brings boxes of old dishware once a month, and many more who reach out after dining at Lady of the House, asking if they are accepting donations. (The answer is always “yes.”)

Of course, this means that none of the dishware matches, and Williams is fine with this. Diners are, too. The look of the space is cozy and eclectic, an ideal backdrop for Williams’ brilliant food. 

While word has spread that Lady of the House will take your old china—thanks to a few social media call-outs, too—there’s one thing Williams will always desperately need. 

“We never, ever have enough tea cups,” she says. “Those chip easily. We are always looking for tea cups.” 

So if you have tea cups in boxes somewhere in your house, consider donating them to a far greater good than dust accumulation. 

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Old, Dusty Dinnerware Finds New Life at Detroit’s Lady of the House

In September 2017, Kate Williams opened one of Detroit’s most anticipated restaurants, Lady of the House, and in the year since, the buzz has persisted. Williams was named a Food Wine Best New Chef, for one. “Lady of the House may be a gift to the city of Detroit from its native daughter, but what Williams has built resonates far outside the city limits,” wrote restaurant editor Jordana Rothman

Williams’ no-waste ethos—an energizing force behind the delightful, surprising food that leaves her kitchen—extends to the dining room, as well. 90 percent of the dishware at Lady of the House is donated, Williams estimates, by people who are looking to unload boxes of china gathering dust in their attics. The resulting aesthetic is charming as hell, feeding the pervasive sense that you are being hosted in a good friend’s home.

“As the concept of Lady of the House came to life, my aunts were cleaning out their storage units and said, ‘Oh, we have all these dishes, they’re great-grandma’s, you want them?” says Williams. Later, when one of her aunts visited for dinner and ate from the plates she had donated, she started crying. 

“That was our opening set of dishware. And then we’d hear, ‘Oh my gosh, do you need more dishes, I have so many!’ People were so excited to give a second life to these dishes that were just sitting there,” Williams says. “And then they would come in the next month excited that they were eating off the dishware they donated.”

We are taking china dinnerware donations! We opened with some of Chef Kate’s aunt and grandmother’s beautiful china and since then, members of our staff (special shoutout to @loombug) regularly thrift for china to keep us stocked. Sometimes, even guests will drop off unwanted china…and if you would like to do the same, DM us and let us know what you have! We love giving china a second life because really….why wait for a special occasion?

A post shared by Lady of the House (@ladyofthehousedetroit) on Jul 28, 2018 at 9:30am PDT

In the months since opening, word has spread throughout the Detroit area that Lady of the House accepts dishware donations, so the team is regularly surprised with boxes of beautiful, dainty china that had been ignored for decades, gathering dust in attics. A recent donation was sent to the restuarant without a name.

“They were just sent to us with a little heart, and the note, ‘Hope you can enjoy these and put them to good use,’ wrapped in old newspapers and three or four boxes of them,” Williams says.

There’s one couple that brings boxes of old dishware once a month, and many more who reach out after dining at Lady of the House, asking if they are accepting donations. (The answer is always “yes.”)

Of course, this means that none of the dishware matches, and Williams is fine with this. Diners are, too. The look of the space is cozy and eclectic, an ideal backdrop for Williams’ brilliant food. 

While word has spread that Lady of the House will take your old china—thanks to a few social media call-outs, too—there’s one thing Williams will always desperately need. 

“We never, ever have enough tea cups,” she says. “Those chip easily. We are always looking for tea cups.” 

So if you have tea cups in boxes somewhere in your house, consider donating them to a far greater good than dust accumulation. 

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