These Eco-Friendly Utensils are Made Of Rice, Wheat Flour and Millet

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Mar 16, 2016
References: bakeys & sploid.gizmodo
Narayan Peesapaty, an innovator based in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, has invented novel eco-friendly utensils.

Plastic utensils are great and all when it comes to convenience and portability, but they aren't really ideal for reuse and are very harmful for the environment once discarded. Peesapaty's eco-friendly utensils however, called Bakeys, can be consumed after being used. They are made of a blend of rice, wheat flours and millet and are baked dry. They are available in plain, sweet and spicy flavors and have a shelf life of about three years.

Fun to use and good for the environment, these eco-friendly utensils are a wonderful innovation indeed. In a place like India where pollution and garbage are both growing problems, these delicious edible utensils ably manage to kill two birds with one stone.