Tiny Twinkle is continually working to have as many of our products as possible be reusable, recyclable, biodegradable, or made from sustainable ingredients with a reduced environmental impact.

Recyclable Packaging
We've chosen to transfer most of our Tiny Twinkle packaging to kraft paper for it’s sustainable manufacturing process and it’s recyclability factor. 


The process of manufacturing kraft paper makes it eco-friendly. This process is much simpler, and there are few chemicals used. Kraft paper is manufactured from virgin wood pulp, making it organic, and kraft paper can be recycled up to seven times. This is possible because of the durable properties it possesses.

We're not only making a conscious decision to make eco-friendly packaging, but also passing on the responsibility to you the customers who can also do so by easily recycling this packaging.

Recycled Fabric
Learn more about Tiny Twinkle's certified recycled mess-proof fabric that is free of "forever chemicals" such as BPA and PFAS.

Enhanced Biodegradation*
Our plastic tableware for kids is unique in that it features enhanced biodegradation*. Unlike most plastics, Tiny Twinkle tableware will break down at enhanced rates when placed in landfills. All biodegradability tests are conducted by an independent laboratory and are verified and certified by an independent third party.

Being good stewards of the environment is our responsibility—and it’s what sets us apart from other brands.


*ASTM D5511 lab testing. Such lab tests represent optimal conditions and often show faster results than actual landfill conditions. The actual rate of biodegradation in landfills will be slower and more variable, dependent upon actual landfill conditions. Test results do not imply that the product will decompose completely. 
California Notice: California law prohibits the sale of plastic packaging and plastic products that are labeled with the terms ‘biodegradable’, ‘degradable’, or ‘decomposable’, or any form of those terms, or that imply in any way that the item will break down, biodegrade, or decompose in a landfill or other environment. These restrictions apply to all sales in or into the State of California, including such sales over the Internet.