When you eat outdoors, do you use paper plates? Would you like something more festive and eco-friendly?
Take a look at the beautiful, break-resistant dinnerware from Zak Designs.
The melamine dinnerware can be used indoors and out, including for barbecues/cookouts* and picnics.
There are designs for every taste: trendy, fun, modern and classic.
The dinnerware is made from durable, 40% post-industrial recycled melamine.
It’s an affordable investment in outdoor entertaining, and it’s perfectly at home indoors as well.
(Tip: Melamine plates are a great idea for everyday plates in households with young children.)
The tableware is BPA free and dishwasher safe (but not microwavable).
Dinnerware sets include matching dinner plates, salad plates and soup bowls.
Are you ready to bring something special to your table?
Take a look at these 10 designs, some in a choice of colors for mix-and-match:
Zak also has a line of water bottles, both classic and kid-friendly, with designs from Batman, Frozen, Star Wars and more.
The company is a National Strategic Partner of the USDA, supporting its mission to help create healthy eating habits through the MyPlate program.
*When you grill in the backyard, do you call it a barbecue or a cookout? The terms are often used interchangeably, and are often regionally-based. Originally, the term “barbecue” came from the South, where cooks slow-roasted meat over fire pits (based on what Spanish explorers learned from the Taino people in the Caribbean). While this method is still practiced (i.e., pit barbecue), home cooks have adopted the term to refer to cooking meat over a grill.
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