If a Chinese restaurant uses nice, reusable chopsticks I always give it extra points. Nonetheless, most dont, resulting in about 10 gazillion perfectly good pieces of wood being tossed in the landfill every year. Rather than fret over the waste, Kwytza Kraft saw a business opportunity. They’re creating surprisingly good looking products, from lamps to floormats, out of chopsticks they collect and clean.
Used Chopsticks Make Great Business
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