Evanesce Exhibiting Compostable Food Packaging at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago

The National Restaurant Association Show is back and Evanesce is excited to exhibit their array of fully plant-based and compostable food packaging products at Booth # 8818 in Chicago at McCormick Place, May 21 – 24, 2022.

The National Restaurant Association Restaurant Show is the largest annual gathering of foodservice professionals in the Western Hemisphere. The show brings together the people, ideas, products, and solutions that make up the entire domestic and international industry spectrum.

It is the must-attend, pinnacle event of the industry. Stop by at Evanesce’s booth to learn more about their mission in the sustainable food packaging sector and receive free giveaways of their cup, lid, and straw samples to event visitors.

About Evanesce®

Evanesce is accelerating the adoption of compostable, plant-based food service and packaging solutions in the global market. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Evanesce designs, develops, and manufactures sustainable packaging solutions that are certified compostable, commercially scalable, and cost-competitive using the latest advancements in material science. Manufactured in the USA, the company’s patented technology utilizes plant-based compostable food service and packaging solutions that deliver environmentally friendly solutions. Inspire change for a healthier planet and learn more at www.evanesce.com.

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