Bagasse Bowls are made of bagasse, which is bonded by mechanical processing and has a bowl-like appearance, which can be filled with ice cream, jam and butter.
Sugarcane is one of the main raw materials for sugar production. About 50% of the bagasse remaining after sugar extraction can be used to make paper. The length of bagasse fiber is about 0.65-2.17mm, and the width is 21-28μm. Although its fiber shape is not as good as wood and bamboo, it is slightly better than rice and wheat straw fibers. Therefore, many businesses choose to use bagasse for secondary processing to produce environmentally friendly tableware.
Bagasse Bowls are characterized by safety, hygiene, lightness and convenience. It can be used in public places, restaurants, restaurants, and is a one-time item. Since the advent of Bagasse Bowls, it has quickly become vital green tableware in the 21st century.
How should Bagasse Bowls be stored? First of all, Bagasse Bowls must be boxed, not scattered outside, it will turn yellow and get damp. The mouth of each bag should be tied tightly to prevent air leakage, which will also make the paper cup yellow. Third, Bagasse Bowls should be placed in a dry place to prevent moisture, and the cartons should be sealed with tape.
In addition, it also produces various types of bagasse by-products such as Bagasse Trays and Bagasse Square Plates. If you are interested in our products, please feel free to contact us.