For our children’s healthThe American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says that chemicals in plastic are harmful to a child’s hormones, growth and development —and recommends glass or stainless steel to serve and store food.
For our planetPlastic never truly completely decomposes. Plus, less than 10% of plastic has ever been recycled. Our trays are made from 100% recycled steel.
For your budgetReusable foodware saves money over time.
Please help us fund schools in need by making a tax-deductible donation. All donations will be made in-kind to the school (non-profit organization) and proof of receipt will be provided to your organization from the school for your tax records. All donations will benefit schools with 50% or more of their student body enrolled in free or reduced lunch. Single-use plastic foodware in school cafeterias is harming our children and our planet. There’s a simple solution: switching to stainless steel cafeteria trays in schools. How do we know?
By completing this purchase, I agree that the cafeteria trays purchased by me are not for my personal use and that they will be provided to schools seeking to use sustainable materials in their cafeterias. These trays will be provided directly to the schools by Ahimsa LLC at a time and location deemed appropriate by Ahimsa LLC.
Quality and safetyWe go above and beyond the required US regulations to ensure our products’ safety. Upon purchase and receipt, you will receive an individualized lab report — customized to your tray order.
Backed by expertsAhimsa has a Scientific Advisory Council of physicians and researchers to provide expert guidance in the development of our products and education.
EducationWe offer engaging educational programs that teach students and their families ways to become planet protectors.
Fundraising opportunitiesUse our colorful, residential product line to support your school while making healthy decisions for your family at home and on-the-go. If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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