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Zero waste, locally sourced cruelty-free products produced in a factory with the highest respect for their employees and the tight-knit Kosraean community. Fair wages, fair working conditions, plus they provide supplemental income for banana farmers that supply the trees. PETA, vegan.org, etc. certification. An all-round...More
A Must See Stop and Shop if on Kosrae. Really impressive to watch and learn about this eco-friendly, ingenious way of turning banana tree stalks into paper and wallets. Also doing great things for the local economy and workforce, so I was happy to support...More
This is a must visit business on kosrae. I am a Peace Corps Volunteer on the island and love taking visitors here. The staff are wonderful and will give you an informative tour about the process of making paper out of banana trees. You can...More
As Peace Corps volunteers in Micronesia, we are very much attuned to business endeavors that build capacity, are locally based, and sustainable. The Green Banana Paper Company certainly meets those criteria. Started by Matt, formally with World Teach, the company now employees many locals who...More
Really enjoyed the short tour Luke gave us of the processing process for making the different types paper from various plant fibers and other recycled paper. Then Matt displayed the wares, and was patient with us as we debated options. I had to buy multiples...More
Green Banana Paper Company makes paper from plant fibers. They use Taro, Pineapple, and Banana. We were fortunate enough to take a tour of their manufacturing process. It was fascinating. Everything is pretty much done by hand. We were able to purchase some stationary, envelopes,...More