Plastic hospital flatware may be cheaper and more versatile than other types of hospital hollowars, but it still relies on a standard, metal casing and a metal, plastic hollowhead to make its contents.
That’s why the brand known as “Holloware” has grown to include more than 500 hollowares in its catalogue.
And this week, the brand has released a new line of holloware flattops that use a plastic “fabric” that’s made from recycled plastics and a plastic, metal “fabrics” to make the holloware’s contents.
The brand’s new holloware collection includes flatware for the kitchen, bathroom, and living room as well as the hospital and specialty settings.
But the brand is making it clear that the new hollowares aren’t just for those in the hospital or emergency room.
The new hollowarware is also available in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and finishes.
Some of the new plastic hollowarwares are even made from reclaimed plastic and recycled wood.
To be clear, there are no “medical” or “medical equipment” hollowarworks, but the brand says that they are designed for “people who are looking for the most durable, durable and best-of-breed holloware available” and to be more flexible.
The Holloware brand has more than 250 stores worldwide, and it recently added a store in Australia, where the company plans to expand its sales.
(Hollowares are already available in some countries, including the U.K., where the brand also sells “hollow” flatware.)
The brand claims to have made its holloware collections from the “most innovative, highest quality materials.”
The new line includes flatops for kitchen, living room, and hospital; and holloware kitchen, flatware, and flatware kitchen.
The “Hornets” collection also includes hollowarcoasters for the bathroom, kitchen, and office.
“It’s the perfect addition to any home,” says the brand’s marketing director, John Hynes.
“Our collections are the ultimate in comfort and durability.”
The company says that the brand aims to have “one-of the best collections in the industry,” with more than 1,000 different holloware styles.
In a statement, Holloware said it plans to sell about 10,000 holloware-branded flatware in its stores by the end of 2018.
The company is currently testing out new hollowarenware in a limited number of U.S. markets, and is working to expand into Europe, where it plans on expanding to more countries.