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Spoons You Can Eat Are Solving One of India’s Biggest Problems

The country of India is predicted to surpass China as the world’s most populous country by 2030, as they have approximately 51 births per minute.  As of March 24th the population was just over 1.32 billion, meaning that one out of every six people in the entire world live in India.

While the eventual New World Order and their Georgia Guidestones will certainly frown on the situation, the reality is that there is plenty of room left in the world.  God created the entire world to be inhabited by humans obeying Him to be fruitful and multiply.Plastic cutlery  The entropy of creation due to the fall of man, and events such as the global flood have changed just how much of the world is inhabitable, but we shouldn’t believe the lie of “we’ve filled up the earth” and something needs to be done about it.

However, rapid population growth in a particular area can cause some unique struggles that aren’t expected and have to be solved on the fly.  A company founded in 2011 known as Bakey’s Edible Cutlery is doing just that.

India is the worlds largest consumer of disposable eating utensils, throwing away approximately 120 billion pieces per year.  That’s a lot of waste.  And though this is only one of their many waste issues, watch the video below and see how Bakey’s is making a difference:

 

Find out more and order a pack of 100 spoons for about $4 at www.bakeys.com.  Would you eat a meal with one of their utensils?

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About Nathan Mathis

Nathan Mathis is affectionately known as Beardo, the bearded weirdo. He is a follower of Christ, a self-made thousandaire, and a lover of Hip-Hop. He currently owns and operates CHHToday.com and runs an accounting firm with his father.

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