Eatware, Inc. (CHSH), formerly China Shoe Holdings, Inc., incorporated on January 24, 2005, is engaged in the marketing and trading of safe food packaging products and additives. The Company conducts its operations, through its wholly owned subsidiaries Eatware Intellectual Properties Limited (EWIP) and Extra Ease Limited (Extra Ease), and its subsidiaries Eatware Global Corp. (EGC), Eatware Asset Management Ltd. (EAML), Eatware Far East Ltd. (FEEL), Eatware International Ltd. (EIL), and Rongbao (Nantong) Environmental Co. Ltd (RBNT). As on March 31, 2009, the Company engaged into a Share Exchange Agreement (the Exchange Agreement) by and among Extra Ease, EWIP, the Company, and the shareholders of Extra Ease and EWIP.
Extra Ease is an investments holding company. EWIP is engaged in the development of technical know-how and patents. FEEL is engaged in the trading of foodwares and containers. EIL is engaged in the trading of foodwares and packaging products. RBNT is engaged in the manufacturing and development of additives. EGC is an investments holding company. EAML is also an investments holding company.
The Company, through its subsidiaries, was previously engaged in the manufacturing of ladies fashion footwear for the shoe retailers in Japan and the People’s Republic of China. The Company also produced various types of shoe soles in the domestic market in the People’s Republic of China.
Eatware products are organic, chemical-free biodegradable foodservice packaging product. The features of the product include being oil, water, heat resistant, microwave and oven safe. EWIP has also introduced an organic additive-Eatplus, which is comprised of a modified starch. Eatware products are designed to decompose in the oil within 180 days and can disperse in water within two weeks. Eatware products can be categorized into five types: plates, bowls, trays, lunch boxes and mini containers.
The Company compete with--->>> 3M, Dupont, Proman, Michelin, Aquashield, Shandong Teanhe Green PAK Science and Technology, China National Aero-Technology, Zuangzhou Xin Yan Environmental Protection Products, Earthcycle, Biosphere, Cereplast, Earthshell, Novamont, Enviropak, Biobag, International Paper, NatureWorks, Eatitworlda, and Earthsmart.
They compete with big China companies now! new Fillings could be in the millions.