The company is made of 100% biodegradable and compostable sugarcane fiber (bagasse). Sugarcane fiber (bagasse) is a by-product of the sugar process. It is used almost globally by sugarcane fiber. The (bagasse) product also eliminates the use of traditional wood fiber on disposable cutlery to make bagasse into cutlery and also protects the environment. These bagasses were previously treated as waste by burning.
Each product is pressed once at 200 degrees Celsius (392 degrees Fahrenheit) to form a rigid platform and sterilized sheet. In addition, each product is UV-sterilized a second time before packaging. The product can be used for boiled water or oil up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can also be safely used in microwave ovens and freezers. Impervious and non-toxic, the product is manufactured in full compliance with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines, in line with the Japanese Ministry of Health, the use of safety certification, in line with the ISO 9002 and UKAS accredited UKAS product certification, and China The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has issued the GB18006.1-1999 "General technical requirements for disposable degradable tableware" for a mandatory quality requirement for disposable degradable tableware. In compliance with the SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance Holding SA, the SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance Holding SA is a well-known international organization engaged in inspection, testing, quality assurance and certification. Founded in 1878, SGS Group is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. It has 856 offices and 330 laboratories in more than 140 countries and employs more than 30,000 employees.
After use, the product can be recycled for papermaking, or 100% decomposed into natural fertilizer. Home or commercial are very economical and environmentally friendly products, available in a variety of sizes and styles.
The US-based second-largest natural food supermarket group (Wild Oats Markets, Inc.) on the shelves displays disposable dishes and bowls made from sugarcane bagasse by Portland, Oregon, USA. Serving trays, pizza containers, sandwich boxes, cups, etc.
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