- 100-Percent Bagasse and compostable in less than 90 days
- 6-Ounce and 11-1/2-ounce sizes and lids available
- Soak proof with no plastic or wax lining
- Disposable, compostable and biodegradable
- Can be used for both hot and cold items
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World Centric Compostable 11-1/2-Ounce Bagasse Bowl, 20-Piece
|Price:||$6.77 ($6.77 / Count) & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|Material Features||Biodegradable , Compostable|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Sets||20|
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|Brand Name||World Centric|
Disposable, compostable and biodegradable bowls made from 100-percent bagasse, the sugarcane fibe... See more product details
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They work well for about 15 minutes or so with liquids or hot foods, but then they start to get soggy. If you're going to be done in 15 minutes they'll work well, but if you have a bowl soup or something and then set it down and forget about it, you might come back to a mess of soup all over the table/floor.
I'd buy them again at the insanely cheap price I paid, since they were practically free, but the standard retail price is obscenely high.
What I really need to do is go to a garage sale and get some real spoons and just save them until my picnic next year.
As a side note? I thought I could only buy these here on Amazon. Not at all true - I ended up needing more and found them at Whole Foods....at half the price too!
First one I tried to pull off the roll ripped in half.
Second attempt ripped both that bag and the one it was attached too.
I now have 9 bags left all connected that I'm scared to attempt to separate and a pile of 3 bags I can throw in my compost!
Excellent work World Centric!
Really, how could you release such a horrible product to the public? Did you do absolutely no testing yourself?
Will def break down in your compost pile though
The product we received was completely unusable. The bags were so flimsy and brittle that they fell apart while trying to put them in the trash container.
I am not sure how you could possible get any of the intended use out of it. Do not buy them. Or buy them and find out for yourself, they can not be used as intended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Compost bags. Do what they say they should. Good price. Don't overthink it.Published 1 month ago by Rob
I love these! We use them at home and although I'm not sure if it says on the box or not, I run them through the dishwasher and they seem to be fine. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Honest Review
I’ve used Bio Bags for years – 3 gallon bags for my small compost bin as well in the bathroom bin for paper waste. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JKay
How could you possibly save almost a 100$ with just 20pcs of plastic cups. They are thin, looks cheap and not worth it. I wouldn't recommend it...Published 7 months ago by T
Spoons are used to pick up food that is typically more fluid, such as soup. These are a bit too shallow. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JBride
Love biodegradable! This one is stronger too, so it isn't degraded by the time I try to put it into the main trash in the building!Published 9 months ago by debbie colton
After researching various environmentally friendly trash bag options, I order the 13 gallon size. Everyone in my family tried to tear one off the roll and insert it into the trash... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Auerwalk