Sustainable Packaging Materials
Corrugated cardboard is collected, it is sent to the pulper where it is mixed with water to produce a slurry known as pulp.This is the first stage of the de-inking process. Through various cleaning stages, ink and other contaminants are removed and then hydrogen peroxide is used to whiten the pulp.Corrugated cardboard is recycled into new pulp mould products such as cup tray,egg tray,inner packaging tray and more.
Sugarcane is a natural by-product of the sugar industry in South East Asia that would conventionally be disposed by incineration or dumping. Compliant with EN13432 (the European standard of compostability), our catering disposables made from this material can tolerate the freezer or microwave, and won't absorb oil or leak.
2)Wheat straw fiber
Made from unbleached, chlorine free, pesticide free, dye free, natural discarded wheat stalk
Microwave safe and is liquid/oil resistant.
Contains no plastic or wax lining. Strong and sturdy, durable, cut resistant construction
Tree-free, environmentally beneficial, compostable in any industrial composting facilities.
Polylactic acid – or PLA – is derived from cornstarch resin and that of other natural starches, which are wholly renewable and therefore a completely sustainable resource for packaging. PLA is light, but durable and is safe and non-toxic. Cornstarch packaging is 100% compostable and like a vegetable, will reduce down to carbon dioxide and water.