By switching to eco eggs, we can greatly reduce our carbon footprint.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) November 02, 2011
eco eggs, an environmentally-friendly division of Maud Borup, a 104-year-old chocolate company, today announced the release of the first compostable plastic Easter eggs that can decompose in industrial compost in just weeks.
eco eggs are made in the USA and are plastic, just like traditional Easter eggs made in China, except they are made from corn starch instead of petroleum-based polymers, making them 100% renewable. eco eggs are non-toxic and durable so they can be stored and reused year after year.
“Easter eggs generate tons of emissions and landfill waste each year. By switching to eco eggs, we can greatly reduce our carbon footprint,” said Christine Lantinen, president of eco eggs. “Our hope is that everyone would consider using a renewable alternative that is safe for our kids and better for the planet.”
eco eggs are ideal for Easter egg hunts because they are larger than most standard-sized plastic eggs, measuring 3 inches by 2.25 inches. eco eggs are large enough to hold fun-size candy or a prize. The tight snapping closure ensures eggs will not separate easily if dropped. The eggs are sold in a multi-colored assortment of pink, yellow, green, blue and purple.
Patent-pending eco eggs can be purchased online at http://www.ecoeggs.com or at retail in packages of 12, 28, and 48 eggs. In addition, eco eggs can be purchased online in quantities of 1,000 at a bulk rate. Wholesale prices are available by contacting eco eggs at 1-866-678-6283, x707 or x702.
About eco eggs™
eco eggs is a green, environmentally-friendly division of Maud Borup, a Minnesota-based wholesale chocolate company specializing in gourmet food gifts. eco eggs is committed to making, distributing, and selling quality and safe plastic Easter eggs and Easter grass as well as other recycled paper products that reduce toxins and harmful emissions promoting positive global environmental impact. eco eggs was founded on business practices that respect employees, the environment, and the earth. http://www.ecoeggs.com or twitter.com/ecoeggsUSA or facebook.com/ecoeggsUSA