Compostable 6in White Square Sugarcane Bagasse Plate

Basic Info. of Products:

ITEM MATERIAL: Sugarcane Pulp (AKA: Bagasse)

MATERIAL GRADE: 100% Food Grade



APPLICATIONS: Home, Hotels, Cafeterias, Delis, and Home Events, etc.,


Basic Info. of Packaging:

VOLUME: 0.0165per/carton

WEIGHT: 13g/pc

SIZE (L*W*H): 160*160*15mm (6.29”*6.29”*0.59”)

PACKAGING SIZE: 50pcs*10set/500pcs/carton

CARTON SIZE (L*W*H): 57*17*17cm (22.44”*6.69”*6.69”)


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Best Food Service Packaging Products – 6” Disposable & Compostable White Square Sugarcane Pulp Plate

This kind of fantastic plate is sturdy enough to hold any food, meanwhile, this sugarcane bagasse plate is ideal for those corporations looking to be environmentally and economically efficient. With the size of 6 inches, it is capable of anything from a piece of large pasta dish to a food container for some small appetizers, making them extremely useful for various parties. And if you do not trust us, you can call us and ask for a sample. All of these plates are made from a mix of natural fibers, including bagasse (the byproduct of the sugarcane), reed, straw, and more, all of those plates provide a perfect eco-friendly alternative to Styrofoam. And do not worry, not a single tree was damaged during the making of these plates and they are bleached with hydrogen peroxide, which means no harmful chlorine breaks down when we use them to serve soup.


First of all, you should know what is a bagasse, a sugarcane pulp (bagasse) is a completely pre-consumer recycled byproduct of making sugar. The sugarcane stalks are collected after releasing juices that are processed into sugar. We use these already pressed stalks and put them into a mold to form a wide range of products like bowls, plates, and more rather than just burning or throwing that fibrous stalks away.

Normally, a bagasse (sugarcane pulp) bowl needs some time to take to fully biodegrade in the compost. Since we all know that bagasse or sugarcane is absolutely compostable & breaks down in some commercial composting conditions. Usually, bagasse will compost in approximately 45~60 days on the condition of having compost facilities, and if you just place your bagasse products in the natural environment, then the biodegradable period ming be prolonged a little, up to 90 days or so.

Long words short, though some of our biodegradable products are made to bear high heat, they are not specifically manufactured to be microwaved. We highly recommend microwaving your foods as well as beverages in some other microwave-safe containers and then transferring them to our compostable products once you after heating.

As you can see that our sugarcane bowls are very different in that it does not need any additional lining in order for them to be water-resistant or grease. The natural composition and manufacturing process form a natural barrier that makes them be resistant to moisture and oil.

We all know that bagasse (sugarcane) is an effective renewable alternative to plastic. As a perfect byproduct of the production of sugar cane stalks, sugarcane pulp is the fiber that is left after sugar is manufactured. The bagasse is much stronger and more durable than Styrofoam, which makes it perfect for food packaging applications and more. And here comes some of the benefits when you are ready to use bagasse bowls:

NO.01: All the bagasse bowls are extremely plentiful & renewable.

NO.02: All the sugarcane bowls could be used in various food packaging applications.

NO.03: All bagasse bowls are industrially compostable.

NO.04: Bagasse bowls are a perfect solution that’s safe for the environment.

NO.05: All bagasse food packaging bowls could reduce carbon footprint.

NO.06: All the bagasse bowls could help you have less chance of a material shortage.

NO.07: Sugarcane bowls with recyclable qualities could improve your brand image.





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