We’re reinventing what goes into everyday goods, by harnessing nature’s most sustainable resources.

Planet or plastic?

The problem with plastics.

Did you know that in the last 10 years, we’ve made more plastic than we did in the last century? And that nearly half of these plastic products are designed to be single-use? But wait - how can we be creating single-use products from a material that is indestructible?

These very questions led us to develop sustainable solutions to single-use plastics that are accumulating in landfills and the natural environment. Our plant-based products, like corn-starch bags and cutlery, serve as alternatives to plastic, moving us in the right direction when it comes to protecting our environment

Why we need trees

Deforestation and climate change

Did you know that thousands of trees are cut down every day to make household goods? And when forests are cut, they emit carbon instead of absorb it? But what about relying on forests to act as carbon sinks, mitigating the emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases?

These questions have guided us to create products from sugarcane, palm leaves and bamboo, instead of cutting down trees. A step in the right direction, when it comes to controlling emissions and protecting the earth for future generations.


kg of CO2 equivalent saved

We believe in full transparency when it comes to tracking the impact of our products and our company, starting with carbon.


trees saved

Because no trees are harmed when making our palm leaf plates and bowls, plant-starch tableware, and our bamboo kitchen tools, we’re proud to track our progress against deforestation.


pounds of plastic saved

Our trash bags and cutlery are made from plants and serve as highly functional substitutes for single-use plastics.

Our materials


Our cutting boards and serving utensils are made from bamboo, one of the fastest growing plants in the world. Harvesting this fast-growing grass offers a sustainable alternative to cutting down trees.

Women empowerment

How ECO SOUL empowers women?

Empowering women has been central to ECO SOUL’s culture since day one. We’re proud to have women-led operations throughout our supply chain, in areas of the world where opportunities are often limited.

We employ over 70 women in rural India for our manufacturing operations, where company benefits include free meals and transportation.

60% of employees at all contract manufacturing facilities are women

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