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Sugar Cane Bowl + Lid 750ml, (50 units/package)
Sugar Cane Bowl + Lid 750ml, (50 units/package)
Sugar Cane Bowl + Lid 750ml, (50 units/package)
Sugar Cane Bowl + Lid 750ml, (50 units/package)
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Sugar Cane Bowl + Lid 750ml, (50 units/package)

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  • Sale in Package with 50 units
  • Bowl, made with sugar cane from responsibly managed plantations.
  • 100% Recycled Transparent Lid with perfect closure that does not let the liquid escape
  • Extra resistant
  • 100% Compostable
  • Capacity 750ml
  • Diameter 20cm
  • Height 4.5cm
  • Option to take care of the environment.
  • After use, they are deposited together with food remains in the organic waste container.
  • For outdoor events, festivals, meetings, barbecues, etc.
  • Suitable for hot and cold foods, with or without liquid , they can be used in the freezer, refrigerator or microwave.
  • What is bagasse?

    Sugarcane fiber or bagasse is the waste from cane sugar production: this fibrous waste is what remains after the juice has been extracted from the sugarcane stalks. Bagasse has a high level of cellulose, approximately 50%, more than wood. It looks like paper and is usually white.

    A great benefit of this material is its availability. Sugarcane is a fast-growing crop; It can be harvested after only six months. Up to 50 disposable plates can be made from the waste stem of a sugar cane. Bagasse represents approximately 30% of the total amount of sugar cane that is processed. Annually, this equates to tens of millions of tons worldwide. Which translates into a large amount of disposable packaging.