Alternatives to Plastic Takeaway Packaging
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- 28 Jul, 2022
Plastics are without a doubt the largest pollutants and environmental issues we are now facing on the globe, along with greenhouse gas emissions and food waste. Unfortunately, hundreds of millions of single-use trays, cans, containers, are still discarded each day all around the world.
Option 3. Pulp Packaging:
Pulp packaging is created from plant fiber pulp that is destined for trash after harvesting and food manufacturing. It is a natural and renewable resource. Natural ingredients utilized include sugarcane bagasse and maize starch. They are readily formed and completely biodegradable.
Pulp fiber containers are great for meals and salads that have already been prepared. The bowls are ideal for on the go dining, takeout, takeaway and catering at outdoor events and festivals. They are not appropriate for soup and sauce based dishes such as curries, as is the case with the Bagasse series. The reason being is that the containers and pulp comes uncoated which will overtime absorb the moisture of your favorite soups, curries and sauces.