Top Companies in Organic Dinnerware Market | Top Key Players Revenue, Supply and Demand, Price Analysis, Market Outlook | Vantage Market Research

Organic Dinnerware is made from natural, eco-friendly, or sustainable materials such as porcelain, clay, stoneware, and earthenware.

Top Companies in Organic Dinnerware Market | Top Key Players Revenue, Supply and Demand, Price Analysis, Market Outlook | Vantage Market Research
organic dinnerware market

Market Overview: 

The Global Organic Dinnerware Market was valued at USD 1,128.3 Million in 2021 and is anticipated to reach a value of USD 1,555.7 Million by 2028. The Global Market is forecasted to grow to exhibit a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.5% over the forecast period. The organic dinnerware industry is expected to experience impressive growth due to individuals worldwide adopting organic dinnerware sets or organic-shaped plates to move toward a greener environment. Additionally, the Organic Dinnerware market is anticipated to rise due to growing living standards and demand for every day serving ware in both the residential and commercial sectors. But during the projection period, the Organic Dinnerware market's expansion could be hampered by the high price of organic dinnerware. Natural, sustainable, or long-lasting materials like porcelain, clay, stoneware, and earthenware are used to create organic tableware. This tableware is frequently used in hotels, residences, and dining establishments. 

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Some of the key players operating in the Organic Dinnerware Market are listed below:

Company Name

Revenue in the US

  • Hermes 

$9 Billion

  • Royal Doulton

$207 Million

  • Wedgwood

$150 Million

  • Guy Degrenne

$99 Million

  • Corelle

<$5 Million


$4 Billion

  • Royal Worcester

<$5 Million

  • Lenox

$145 Million

  • Herend

$159 Million


  1. Hermes 

Hermès porcelain started in its workshops at Nontron in southwest France. The artisans who work in the Hermès workshops work between creating tureens, bowls, dishes, plates, and large vases. It was founded in 1887, and its headquarters are in Paris, France.

  1. Royal Doulton

Royal Doulton is an English ceramic and home accessories manufacturer founded in 1815. Operating initially in Vauxhall, London, and later moving to Lambeth, in 1882, it opened a factory in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, in the center of English pottery.

  1. Wedgwood

The Company is a fine English China porcelain and luxury accessories manufacturer founded on 1 May 1759 by the potter and entrepreneur Josiah Wedgwood and was first incorporated in 1895 as Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd. The headquarters are in England.

  1. Guy Degrenne

Founded in 1948, Guy Degrenne Group is a leading manufacturer of cutlery and tableware with annual sales of 100 million Euros. The headquarters are in Calvados, France.

  1. Corelle

The company product comprises two types of glass laminated into three layers. It was introduced by Corning Glass Works in 1970 but is now manufactured and sold by Corelle Brands. It was founded in 1991, and its headquarters are in Illinois, United States.

  1. EKOBO

The Company is a French eco-lifestyle brand that launched in 2003. While bamboo was the origin of our work, we've evolved our range over the years to introduce other sustainable materials such as cork, pet fabric, food-grade silicone, and GOTS-certified organic cotton. The company headquarters are in Barcelona.

  1. Royal Worcester

Established in 1751, Royal Worcester has a rich and diverse design heritage. Quintessentially English, the brand is known worldwide for its prestigious collections and high-quality ranges of tableware, homeware, and gifts that are perfect for modern-day living. The headquarters are situated in England.

  1. Lenox

Lenox Corporation is an American manufacturing company that sells tableware, giftware, and collectible products under the Lenox, Dansk, Reed & Barton, and Gorham brands. For most of the 20th century, it was the most prestigious American maker of tableware and decorative pieces. It was founded in 1889, and the company's headquarters is in the United States.

  1. Herend

The Herend Porcelain Manufactory is a Hungarian manufacturing company specializing in luxury hand-painted and gilded porcelain. Founded in 1826, it is based in the town of Herend near the city of Veszprém. In the mid-19th century, it was a purveyor to the Habsburg Dynasty and aristocratic customers throughout Europe.

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