Every year, 350 billion pieces of disposable plastic cutlery and wooden chopsticks are discarded in the United States, Japan and India. Research scientist Narayana Peesapaty has come up with a solution: edible cutlery and chopsticks. These products are made of millet, rice and wheat, contain no preservatives, and have a shelf life of 3 years. They will also decompose in 3 to 7 days (unless they are eaten). The use of this cutlery is not only healthier (plastics leach toxins), but promotes environmental, economic and social justice. Find out how.


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  • Star

    SUPER SUPER product! I'm going to look the company up on the internet, and hope that I can buy the spoons, and have them shipped to me, abroad. One note to Mr. Peesapaty: if he can make a version without wheat, I can try to get my gluten-sensitive friends to try it, too. SUPER SUPER SUPER!

  • Surersh Nair

    Awesome...Kudos to Mr. Narayana...would it be available in Ahmedabad(Gujarat)???

  • Liz Cooper

    Where can I obtain these in the US?

  • vijay singh

    where can I buy these eatable cutleries in Gujarat (India)

  • Arunkumar

    Great inventions

  • Carlos

    Great!! How about some recipes or a recipe book. All of the recipes in an extensive search seem to be promoting products to make the spoons but no recipes.

  • elza

    wow! no more plastic. Is it available in south Africa?

  • Stoney

    I am so thankful to KarmaTube for sharing all the wonderful, compassion , loving kindness people from all over the world with us. Thank you to Mr. Narayana Peesapaty for bringing us this good new good product and most impotent is to bring this awareness to the people around us. " One person can make difference , every one should try " John F. Kennedy . I will order on line and use it and give it as a gift. With gratitude

  • Judy Breslin

    Please open a shop here in Concord, Calif. USA so we may buy them too. Thanks for gifting Mother Earth with your edible utensils.

  • bob sauerbrey

    Sometimes the finest solutions come from such simple sources. We already eat the taco and tortilla that not only contains our food but is part of the meal. The jump to edible utensils, bowls, and plates seems just plain common sense. Wonderful!

  • Linda Klein

    The man was so kind.He cares about the earth. It showed in his body language. The idea is wonderful. We aren't eating toxins,or throwing things in the landfills that won't decompose. Maybe it could be ground up to use in animal food. He is actively trying to heal the earth.

  • Mansukh

    What a brilliant idea, understandably it has to be cost effective to motivate a change over and also governments must impose additional tax for manufacturing plastic cutlery and at the same time provide incentives to manufacture the edible variety.

  • Vickie

    I love that in addition to creating less plastic in landfills, employment opportunities are being created! What innovative thinking for the better good.

  • Margaret

    A simple and practical way to impact the world for the better!! Creative thinking is the answer to good and practical needs for our world.

  • stan

    Where can I buy edible cutlery in Australia?

  • Kathleen

    Creativity, imagination, new ways of thinking for a new world view that cares for people and the planet. Thank you!

  • Barbara

    go to the website. It is about $10.00 for 100 spoons. Just key in Bakeys Edible Cutlery. Fabulous....we need to use these in every country! Great idea!

  • Jackie Fanning

    Anything that can help change this planet with a better plan is worth the study and the challenge I feel these entrepreneurs are opening doors for everybody who has a great idea to share in making a wonderful change to save our Beautiful planet

  • sandy tucker

    Why didn't you include where to buy? I would like to purchase, tell me how.

  • Mary

    Can you convert to english pounds £'s please? http://www.bakeys.com/product/savoury-spoons/

  • Mary

    excellent, slick, personal, fun, perfect idea

  • anne adams

    can i invest in this company? or even buy the cutlery?

  • Rana

    Absolutely brilliant idea! Straight after watching this video I shared it on FB !

  • periquita

    http://www.bakeys.com/product/savoury-spoons/ here the commercial website

  • Brian

    Thanks Guys! Great hope...peace on Earth...

  • Beth

    The pioneering human spirit thrives, just when you wonder where it went!! and as others have pointed out so needed in todays world. What a wonderful idea and how can we help deliver this world wide...

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  • Frank

    This sort of innovation is what the world needs desperately. No more aircraft carriers, bombs, and bullets. Plastic bottles, food containers, and cutlery are a scourge on the planet and on our health. I can see that Mr Peesapaty is lisitening to his hire Self - wonderful! Namaste.

  • Kayla Black

    Please share this with Debbi- We love this solution to the 31 million plastics we use a year. Xox

  • Jollean Matsen

    This brilliant creation gave me such a great feeling of appreciation. Also, I loved the idea that local people could get involved in India celebrating the beautiful planet we live on and becoming stewarts of Earth's resources in yet another brilliant way. Well done!

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Brilliant and yes an excellent example of social entrepreneurship that makes a huge positive impact Well done!

  • Christine Osterwalder

    This is a wonderful example of social entrepreneurship: a profit-making venture that also solves social and environmental problems. I teach social entrepreneurship at the University of Hawaii, Hilo. When will the product be available in the U.S.?

  • Laurie Tema-Lyn

    this is brilliant!

  • Sundi

    I love this idea! Brilliant! I only wish they didn't use wheat as an ingredient for those of us who are celiac and/or gluten-intolerant. Still - this is an incredibly beneficial product. Kudos!

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  • WindEagle

    I love the idea... it makes so much sense... how can I help! Gorgeous.... let's spread it around the world... Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Please tell us how to order? Where can we find this?

  • chetna

    Delightful! We can transform the earth one spoon at a time!

  • Karen

    Disappointed that there was no information after "Find out how".... is there a website?Ka

  • suresh vatwani

    Very innovative. Commendable. Can I hv a contact no or mail address.

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  • Find out more about Bakeys edible cutlery.
  • Watch Narayana Peesapaty's TEDx talk to learn more about why he started Bakeys edible cutlery.
  • Reduce your consumption of single use plastics - carry your own set of cutlery wherever you go.

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