EMI Yoshi Rocks Disposable Entertaining Plasticware

EMI Yoshi is one of those suppliers who truly understands differentiation.

And you immediately notice this when you see their products.

It’s their goal to add luxury and sophistication to the presentation of your food. You’ll make a smash hit as the people you serve wet their taste buds simply by looking at what you have to serve.

Take a look at a few of the products to get a feel for what we mean:

1. 7” Crystal Tray

C’mon, when’s the last time you can recall seeing anything plastic like this? Imagine perfectly sliced fruit, hors d’oeuvres, or even a simple snack like cheese and crackers carefully arranged on this tray.

It’s just one of many varieties of trays you can find with EMI Yoshi.

2. Color Shooter Glasses Add Life

What do you get with most plasticware, or any kind of dinnerware, for that matter?

White. Clear.


Okay, so for most events those work well. But what if you want to liven up your event?

For example, check out these 1.5-oz neon lights shooters:

Alcohol is supposed to get your party going, right? Well, why not take it one step further and add more flair with colorful shooters?

3. Wavy Bowls Give Your Dessert a Powerful Presentation

Finally, take a look at this fascinating wavy bowl:

Whoa! Ever seen anything like that at a large event before? Think your guests have?

Designs like this are sure to impress.

So now that you have a better sense of what EMI Yoshi is all about, get to know it better as a company.

Clearly, you get an exquisite look with the affordability of plastic. You also get a company committed to hassle-free customer service. Include with that ridiculously fast delivery times, and you have a recipe for success.

And finally, realize EMI Yoshi is committed to caring for the environment too. You may not think that way when you consider a company that manufactures plastic tableware.

For starters, understand that polystyrene cups and plates use far less energy and water to make than their paper counterparts. One study found they use half the energy. And a