Tapari Limited is a manufacturer and distributor of organic products. Established in 2017, Tapari has a multinational team with the company being held in the UK and also a base in Nepal which is where most of the production takes place. Our mission with Tapari is to positively impact to the world in essentially three core ways. We want to help the world environmentally, socially, and economically with our green solutions to disposables and catering supplies. We believe that Tapari products will add huge value to a number of businesses and individuals within Europe & much of the western world. Tapari LEAF Products are of high quality, unique, and affordable – and this why we’re sure that they will help so many people to offer their alternative disposables and eco-friendly tableware. Our products are entirely biodegradable so their environmental effects will be positive around the world. The world is suffering with plastic pollution more than ever before and with biodegradable and plastic-free products like ours, users will be reducing the amount of plastic that ends up either in landfill, in the oceans and littered in nature.
Our mission is to provide the world with the very best eco-friendly food packaging solutions.
Our main products are hand-made disposable LEAF plates and bowls. These are used to serve meals, take-away food, and for dishes at weddings, parties, and other events. The LEAF products we sell are hand-stitched so each one is different and they’re very aesthetically unique. Most importantly they’re made entirely from Sal leaves so are completely environmentally friendly.
The target market for our business is primarily commercial food servers, restaurants and catering companies. We also sell to event organizers, wedding planners and party holders as well as general household consumers by retail on our website. Our customers are not restricted in demographics and we aim to get Tapari plates into large supermarkets and chain stores as soon as possible. Our aim is to sell Tapari products all around the globe in a few years.