A bioplastic is a substance made from organic biomass sources, unlike conventional plastics which are made from petroleum. It is a new generation of biodegradable & compostable materials. Sources may vary from starch, corn, sugarcane, tapioca, cellulose, soy protein, lactic acid, between others, some of them are by-products of the agriculture industry.
hey are not hazardous in production and decompose back to carbon dioxide, water, biomass, etc. in the environment when discarded.
Corn starch is currently the main raw material being used in the manufacture of bioplastic resins. Mater-Bi (main component corn-starch) and Polylactic acid (PLA – made from corn-starch as well) are currently the 2 main raw materials, being used today in the production of compostable & biodegradable materials and are certified for compostability under standards set by international organizations.
All our products are Water & Oil resistant. Can be used for both hot and cold foods.
We use these materials to make sustainable alternatives to plastics and styrofoam!
Round Plate Bamboo – 23 cm diameter
3 Compartment Round Plate Bagasse –
25 cm diameter (10” diameter)
Wrap and Roll Tray Wheat Straw –
22 x 13 cm (9” x 5”)
Box with Lid 900 ml Bamboo – 1
8 cm diameter x 8 cm deep
(7” diameter x 3” deep)
500 ml Multi Purpose Tray Bamboo –
17 cm x 13 cm x 5 cm (6,7” x 5” x 2”)
Box with Lid 500 ml Bamboo – 15 cm x 5 cm (6” X 2”)
Fork / Spoons / Knife – These are made from corn starch based material. These are sturdy and stylish, hard to bend. These can be used with all kind of food items.
Wooden Cone – Beautiful 100% compostable cone shaped pine food holders suited to guests on their feet at you next eco event. Made from plantation birch from wood pulp, these cones gives a beautiful and natural finish to your special events.
Pine Boats – Ideal for entrees, canapes and desserts. Made from thin pine/wood shavings pine boats are delicate.
Nylon Bags – Biodegradable Nylon is the name for a long-chain, fiber forming polyamides, composing one of the largest groups of synthetic polymers.