IT'S NOT EASY BEING GREEN, especially in a world where convenience is king. But manufacturers of paper goods and disposables are helping the cause, creating products that bridge the gap with a new generation of throwaway plates, napkins, cups and utensils that are easier on the earth than their predecessors. Many paper-based items are now made from recycled materials. Others are 100% biodegradable or compostable, enabling shoppers to avoid stuffing their garbage cans in lieu of improving ...

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