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Stalkmarket 100% Compostable Sugar Cane Fiber Hinged Container, Hamburger Box, 250-Count Case
- 100% Tree and plastic free, made from sustainable resources
- Compostable both in the home and commercial facilities
- Microwave-Safe, Freezable, Oil and Cut-resistant
- Size of Container 6.3 x 6.1 x 3"
- Product is 99% USDA certified biobased product
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Style Name: Hamburger Box | Size: 250 Count Case
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Top Customer Reviews
But I bought this in the hope of making some dinners for my elderly parents, to bring over 2-3 times a week. This is no good for that. I tried this container many times myself. It does not close tightly, so you should seal it in a tightly closed plastic bag or plastic wrap while in the fridge. Also, the container itself absorbs liquid and gets soggy if you try to keep food in it for more than a day.
A local grocery store sells meals in a better product that can be used in the microwave. I know that's what I'm looking for... not sure if it's environmentally friendly, though.
August 2013 - I'm considering buying these again. They were handy to have. I kept some at work and could transfer leftovers from a restaurant foam container into these to microwave. Also good to put food into in the morning for heating at lunch. I'm almost out of them now - there were so many it took a long time to use them up.
They need to be handled with care and you need a lunchbox with a hard lining to take them to work (we use this: Coleman 9-Can Soft Cooler With Hard Liner). They will also let some moisture out through the bottom just after you reheat your food in a microwave but a napkin or paper towel solves this issue. Of course you can find better containers, but these are the cheapest and more environmentally friendly option we've found so far that is good enough for our needs.
If you want something that you can throw pretty much anywhere and is guaranteed not to leak, then try these: 16 Oz. Clear Deli Containers Newspring w/ Lids Combo Pack 240. We actually use the plastic deli containers for soups and some "runny" fruits like watermelon and pineapple.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I’m happy about compostable sugar cane fiber buy, today I saw more excellence.Published 1 month ago by Gabriela Dale
Even if you put inside only chicken, the paper will be drop all time
Waste of money
I like that this is made in the USA and biodegradable. Can microwave in also. Not for liquids.Published 4 months ago by Dona L.
These are the perfect size for what I needed them for. They are also very sturdy and I love the fact that they are compostable!!!! Excellent product.Published 6 months ago by Carol A. Cooper
ok for something i dont need to heat up or burger,something less than 1 minute in microwave, i heated my rice before, it got wet, wont buy againPublished 9 months ago by lnguyen