Easygreen Co., Ltd is one of the leading companies in the “LET’S DRINK TO A BETTER WORLD” trend in Vietnam. This green-living trend is inspired by the protection of marine life as well as our own species against problems such as ocean waste, environmental pollution, greenhouse effect, natural disasters, … Thus, products such as straws, lunch boxes, cups, spoons … from plastic to environmentally friendly materials such as paper, bagasse, human beings can reduce 13000-15000 pieces of plastic every day. into the ocean, saving more than 2,700 marine creatures killed by trash. The above figures are just the tip of the iceberg, in fact the consequences from disposable plastic not only affect marine life but also damage the habitat of terrestrial flora and fauna. , especially our own lives.
Keeping with the revolution to protect the environment, during the past few years, Easygreen’s staff have been exploring and researching and installing a closed production line, modern technology to create medium-sized products. achieving absolute food safety and hygiene standards of organizations such as: Vietnam Food Hygiene and Safety Department; FDA (United States); DGCCRF (France) has reasonable prices for Vietnamese consumers.
Easygreen is currently a major supplier of products such as paper straws, paper cups, paper cup handles, bagasse rice boxes, bagasse caps, … of the HCMC market in particular and the country in general. We are also an exporter of these products to difficult markets around the world such as the UK, France, and America.
LET’S DRINK TO A BETTER WORLD
A message from our founding team…
Easygreen team’s dream is to join forces, work together with you to instill good habits to everyone. The fight of saying no to disposable plastic products will be long and difficult ahead. However, we always remember the saying “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, let’s go together”, so easygreen wants to go with you!
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