Eco Eggs Are Wrapped in a Renewable Plant-Based Casing

By: Laura McQuarrie - Feb 20, 2015
References: ecoeggs & prweb
Despite being candy and confections company that's over 100 years old, Maud Borup is still-forward thinking, as proven with the release of its eco-friendly Easter eggs. A division of the company, Eco Eggs, is now selling the festive shells in smaller quantities that are more in line with traditional Easter egg sizes.

Rather than being wrapped in plastic that's been derived from petroleum-based polymers, the egg casings are made from a material that's 100% renewable and plant-based—the shells can be decomposed, or they can be safely stored and used again for next year's celebrations. Available in small family-sized bags and bulk quantities, putting together your own Easter egg hunt has never been so easy on the environment.