WIN -VerTerra Dishes

Perhaps the most desired gift of all is time. We all wish we could have more minutes for ourselves, for our family and friends. We’re power multi-taskers who want to do good for our loved ones and the Earth. So what better gift this holiday season than one that promises more face time with the family and a healthier planet? We present you VerTerra.

VerTerra’s unique line of dinnerware made from fallen palm leaves offers compostable convenience for every occasion. Using only steam, heat and pressure to form the plates, this truly green line saves you time from setup to cleanup. Each piece is ready right out of the package, instantly adding a chic and unique touch of nature to any holiday table. Cleanup is just as easy – these plates are certified compostable and have even shown to increase plant growth 20% when its compost is mixed with your garden’s soil.

What’s more, VerTerra boasts unmatched durability – the plates are safe for reheat in the microwave and short bakes in the oven!


You can purchase VerTerra in your local natural food store or online via the company’s website, www.verterra.com.


VerTerra was founded on the belief that it’s possible to combine high design with the highest standards of environmental responsibility. Striving to live up to its name, from the Latin root Veritas terra, meaning “true to the earth,” VerTerra offers a sustainable line of plates, bowls, and serving dishes. Today, VerTerra supplies dinnerware globally to caterers, event planners, restaurants, natural food stores, major grocers and individuals through the VerTerra.com site.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and VerTerra are giving away a Complete service for 8 of dinnerware made from fallen palm leaves.

enter for your chance to WIN.

1. Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.

2. If you are already a subscriber just leave a comment that you are a subscriber along with your email address.

US entries only and one entry per person. Winners will be chosen on December 13th, 2009.

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171 Responses

  1. I M A EMAIL SUBSCRIBER AND FACEBOOK FAN.THIS SEEMS LIKE AN AWESOME PRODUCT .I SURE WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS.I AM PLANING ON GETTING A HOUSE AROUND FEB.2010.AND THIS WOULD BE A GREAT SET FOR MY FIRST HOME.JACKIE chris14095@comcast.net

  2. THese look so interesting. I wouldlove to try them!!! My kids would probably take to school to show them. thanks so much.
    I subscribe by email.

    ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

  3. Wow, so great to such an enthusiastic response to our products! We are proud to have continuously made them both more sustainable (10% of energy compared to recycled materials, zero waste from leaves everything's used) and more affordable, half the price they were a year ago.

    If anybody has any questions I'm happy to answer, I'll track comments and come back to answer.

  4. I subscribe with my yahoo account. I've seen these sold separately at my co-op. I love them, please include me in this raffle. Thanks!

  5. Oh how cool are these dishes! What a wonderful way to recycle. Go green! You know if I win these, I will have to make a joke that it's okay to eat off the ground. lol. Thanks so much for the opportunity. : )

    I'm a subscriber
    melissap21702{at}aol{dot}com

  6. This is the first time I've heard of this product. Will be sure to be on the look out for it locally. I'm on a quest to make our lives greener each year.

    I'm already a follower and subscriber of the 24/7 MOMS blog.

    noggysnotes[at]yahoo[dot]com

  7. Subscribed~ greimanj at comcast dot net

    These are so cool, LOVE that I can throw them in my compost heap AND they are good for the soil… Awesome!

    Thanks 24/7 MOMS and Ver Terra!
    Jes

  8. Am a subscriber.
    I have heard people say that only some tremendous, trillion dollar technology will save the Earth and maybe that is true but big things come in small packages and everything we do to help our mother Earth is a big thing and shows we care. This is one of those things. Maybe if we do enough big things that fit into small packages then we can indeed save our home. Happy holidays to all.

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