Dinnerware Reborn

Age-old Practice Finds Modern Fit

According to TIME magazine, "Americans trash an estimated one trillion disposable plates and utensils every year."

Think Reborn Dinnerware

Made from fallen spathes (sheath which covers the blossom of the palm flowers) which is naturally shed every month by the Palm tree. These Palm spathes have been used as plates in India for ages.

The only modernization to this age-old practice is making them into different shapes using a mold. After collecting naturally fallen spathes, we only apply steam, heat and pressure to transform them into unique

eco-friendly dinnerware .


Our plates are made from environmentally sustainable and naturally renewable source.

  • 100% natural, unbleached 

  • Soak-proof with no plastic or wax coating 

  • Good for hot and cold items as well as liquids

  • Microwave-safe, oven and refrigerator safe

  • Re-usable when hand washed 

  • 100% biodegradable, compostable

  • Non-toxic

  • Distinctive aesthetic

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Reborn Dinnerware dishes completely non-toxic?

Yes, we use only palm spathes and water so it is completely non-toxic.

Do Reborn Dishes hold liquids without loosing shape?

Yes, Reborn plates holds liquids and hot foods without loosing shape.

Will anything leach and affect the taste of my food? 


No. Reborn plates won't alter the taste of your food in any way. 


Is it safe to put Reborn palm dinnerware in a microwave, oven, or fridge?


Yes, within given parameters, Reborn Palm dinnerware is significantly more durable than sugar cane or paper plates. You can heat in the oven up to 350 degrees for 45 minutes (making sure it is at least 6" from heat source in the oven) and 2 minutes in the microwave. You can also store products in the refrigerator or freezer.


Are Reborn plates reusable?

Yes, Reborn plates can be washed in mild dish soap and reused.

Are Reborn plates recyclable?


Reborn plates are made from 100% organic matter; they're compostable and will naturally return to the earth. This process uses 90% less energy than recycling.