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Disposable, compostable and biodegradable bowls made from 100-percent bagasse, the sugarcane fiber that remains after extracting the juice from the sugarcane. Sugarcane is not only a readily renewable resource, but the sugarcane fiber can be turned into products normally made from plastic and paper and prevents the pollution from the normal burning of sugarcane waste after juice extraction. Our biodegradable bowls are soak proof, have no plastic or wax lining, and can be used for both hot and cold items. Please note, that though these compostable bowls are soak proof, hot items will cause the bowls to "perspire" and some condensation will form at the bottom of the bowls. A far superior alternative to styrofoam & plastic (non-biodegradable, petroleum derived, pollutant) and as well as paper bowls made from cutting down trees. We now offer "unbleached" bagasse bowls - in natural light brown color. Bleaching is usually unnecessary, creates pollution, and is mostly done using chlorine or chlorine compounds, which release "dioxins" - persistent organic pollutants which do not break down easily and accumulate in the food stream. We are slowly moving towards only carrying "unbleached" bagasse items as they become available to us. Please note, composting is required for biodegradation and these compostable plates will biodegrade within 30 days in a commercial composting facility, and within 90 days in a home composting system.
Style Name: Bowl | Size: 11-1/2-Ounce 20 Count
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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 1 month 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 1 month ago by JBride
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 4 months ago by Auerwalk
Like the other utensils of this type, these forks are smaller than standard-sized forks, and they bend easily. We would reserve them for feeding soft foods to small children. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. L.
Small, somewhat flimsy utensils; I'd use them for small children eating soft food.Published 6 months ago by A. L.
These bags are fragile, yes, but if you're interested in using products that are safer for the environment and won't still be littering the planet in a hundred years, it's worth... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Charity Whiting
love this cups, not only they are durable for hot and cold, you can reuse them several times and they hold up beautifullyPublished 6 months ago by Drangiegold