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wooden cutlery

Why choose GREENWOOD

Forming workshop

Nearly 60 molding machines and experienced workers ensure the efficiency and quality of product production.

Log workshop

Factory processing from raw wood to finished products, all in own workshop, quality control stable and cost effective.


Greenwood has passed a series of quality inspections and certifications, including: BRC, SGS, BSCI, FSC, etc.

Automatic production

Even with a large number of experienced workers, Greenwood continues to add automation equipment.

Greenwood constantly invest part of our profit earned to our production line and machine, to improve the efficiency and quality stability.

Greenwood's display of disposable wooden tableware

Founded in the late 1990s, Greenwood is a Chinese manufacturer specializing in disposable wooden tableware and bamboo tableware. Greenwood has more than ten thousand square meters of modern factories and advanced automated production lines.

  • Take You Into Greenwood' Workshop(2)
    Following the steps of the previous, let's take a look at our molding workshop today.It's not so easy to enter our workshop ~ shoe covers, hats and overalls are indispensable. After dressing neatly, carry out the standard hand washing + disinfection process, and then enter the air shower room to blow off all the floating dust, which really ensures that we are "spotless" in the workshop.
  • Take you into Greenwood' workshop(1)
    Take you into Greenwood's workshop to learn about the production process of wooden disposable tableware. Greenwood is a manufacturer and designer of wooden disposable tableware.
  • Why is the wooden cutlery spread around the world?
    Since 2020, major catering chains have tacitly replaced wooden cutlery , so why is the wooden tableware popular?
  • Restricting the use of plastics is a global trend
    Europe has called for a ban on all disposable plastic cutlery, including cups, plates, knives, forks and spoons.The Independent reported. In the future, these products will have to be made from compostable or bioderived materials. The ban stipulates that the use of other non-substitute plastics used in EU countries should be reduced by 2025.