Do you know what these exquisite tableware in the picture are made of?
PP polypropylene? PS polystyrene? Or cardboard? in fact, it is made from sugarcane pulp made from sugarcane bagasse, which is dry pulpy fibrous material that remains after crushing sugarcane!
Disposable tableware needs to be more environmentally friendly. Although the "plastic limit order" has been in place for ten years, we can still find many disposable plastic products around us. The disadvantages of disposable plastic tableware that are difficult to degrade have been criticized. Environmentally friendly materials that can replace plastic to make disposable tableware are also constantly being explored.
There has been plastic that can be "eaten" before, but it has not been used in disposable tableware. At present, disposable environmentally friendly paper tableware is the first choice to replace disposable plastic tableware in terms of environmental protection. The use of non-toxic, harmless, clean and non-polluting disposable environmentally-friendly paper tableware that meets the food-grade health and safety standards and environmental protection regulations, and no added standard raw materials are used, which are not only safer and healthier in use, but also degradable and more environmentally friendly.
The main raw material of disposable paper tableware is paper pulp, and paper pulp is mainly derived from wood. However, with the increasing consumption of wood, the cost of wood pulp is also increasing. Thus, there is a strange phenomenon: disposable environmentally friendly paper tableware on the market is not widely used.
So is there a material that is also plant fiber instead of wood pulp? Yes! That is sugarcane pulp.
Sugarcane pulp is also a kind of paper pulp. It is made of sugarcane bagasse as raw material, and is formulated into a certain concentration of pulp through processes such as hydraulic pulping and high-temperature disinfection. And this sugarcane pulp is a natural degradable and compostable plant fiber material! Sugarcane pulp made from bagasse can save a lot of wood and meet the requirements of national circular economy and environmental protection policies.
Sugarcane pulp is cheaper than wood pulp and can make up for the shortcomings of wood pulp. However, there are still many problems to be solved in order to make sugarcane pulp into a tableware. For example, is the finished tableware really degradable? Can it be used in microwave oven? Is it water and oil proof? Is the tightness good? These are all issues that cannot be ignored by producers, and they are directly related to whether their sugarcane tableware can be recognized by the market. Let's introduce the GXFLIGHT airline sugarcane tableware.
The GXFLIGHT airline sugarcane casserole uses sugar-squeezed bagasse as raw material instead of traditional petroleum-derived plastics or foam. It is currently recognized as 100% environmentally friendly tableware and 100% degradable tableware worldwide. This tableware can be completely degraded into carbon dioxide and water within 30-90 days, owning compostable and degradable properties.
The GXFLIGHT airline sugarcane casserole is not only environmentally friendly, but also very safe. GXFLIGHT can guarantee product safety standards and quality of use. It can be used in microwave ovens, ovens and refrigerators. And it can withstand high temperatures of 200°C, which is safe to use, and non-toxic and harmless.