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Small Platter Board - Marbled Blue

Vendor
Otra-Vida
Regular price
£27.00
Sale price
£27.00
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Serving up with style & saving Planet Earth. We’ve made these stylish platter boards from plastic milk cartons – reusing waste product that was headed for landfill and creating useful products that will last & last.

Large Platter Product Dimensions

L : 660mm x W : 157mm x T : 12mm

Small Platter Product Dimensions

L : 390mm x W : 117mm x T : 12mm

*Standard 13.1g 1 pint plastic milk bottles

Put simply, choosing Otra-Vida platter boards reduces your impact on the environment – less waste, more reuse of materials. It’s what we hope you believe in, because it drives everything we do here. 

Sustainability is at the heat of everything we do. Otra-Vida means ‘another life’ & we are committed to giving another life to unwanted material such as plastic and acrylic. Using recycled material reduces the impact on the environment, and means less waste. We also invest in the latest ultra-efficient technology – reducing both energy use and waste. And we minimise packing without compromising on ensuring products arrive in perfect condition.

But caring isn’t compromising.  Embrace the relaxed dining vibe, and use the platter boards in kitchens, dining rooms and even gardens to tempt your guests. Breads, meats, cheeses, fruit – these platter boards make any food look even more appetising.

And their stunning design means you’ll want to keep them on show. They look good in any kitchen design – from modernist chic to cosy country kitchens. Blue marble is an ontrend interior design choice and the distinctive finish adds a subtle tone to your interior.  

These food platter boards are made from 100% recycled single use plastic and contains up to 40* plastic milk bottles in the small platter and 90* in the large platter. This stops them ending up in our oceans and landfills.