Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) November 02, 2011

eco eggs, an environmentally-friendly division of Maud Borup, a 104-year-old chocolate company, today announced the release of the first compostable plastic Easter eggs that can decompose in industrial compost in just weeks.

eco eggs are made in the USA and are plastic, just like traditional Easter eggs made in China, except they are made from corn starch instead of petroleum-based polymers, making them 100% renewable. eco eggs are non-toxic and durable so they can be stored and reused year after year.

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