disposable sugarcane bagasse pulp round bowl with lid
300-3000ml or customized
Made form bagasse,Perfect for hot and cold foods,100% compostable
Polybag and carton
Packaging & Delivery
Single package size:
Single gross weight:
50 pcs/bag and 500 pcs/ctn
1 - 50000
To be negotiated
Our biodegradable food containers are fully compostable
Disposable eco friendly contianers
En13432 compostable certification , FLGB and FDA
Customize and OEM service, help to design and open new mould
Microwavable, freezer safe, oil resistant
Superior strength and cut resistant
Variety of sizes available to suit all your dining needs. 100% natural sugarcane, no plastic, biodegradable and compostable.
White, faint yellow(unbleached)
Greenpacking disposable take away containers are great for serving fish&chips, wraps, tasty sandwiches, pasta, kids school canteen lunches. strong and durable. Leak and oil proof. Microwavable (warm up only). Refrigerator safe.
Made with bagasse, which is biodegradable and compostable.
Bidegradable in 60-90 days and are compostable.
Superior strength and cut resistant.
Perfect for hot and cold foods, water and grease resistant .
Microwavable and freezer safe.
Packaging detail: Customized
Delivery detail: Sample mould: 7 days . Production mould: 20-25 days . Production time: 15 - 25 days from mould has been made.
We take our products extremely seriously. That's why we have top notch QA teams who check the product throughout the process. Also, from development to production, we are there, with our clients. Making sure they're getting exactly the product they wanted. We strongly believe that the single most important component for our business success is our client satisfaction. "Bottom line, Greenpack Guaranteed Satisfaction is a promise from us to you and you're going to love it."
100% sugar cane fiber (bagasse), a byproduct of the sugar refining process. (Supplies of this material are virtually unlimited worldwide. The use of bagasse products eliminates the dependence of traditional wood fiber-based materials in disposable tableware. Since bagasse is traditionally burned for disposal, the diversion of the fiber into the making of tableware prevents harmful air pollution.)