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Differences between bio and poly - Benefits for the planet
  Our Compostable Products:

100% organic material with no contaminants.

100% compostable.
Will biodegrade down to small pieces within 90 – 180 days.
Are made of 100% renewable resources, which includes organic, non-GMO tapioca and PLA.
Are certified food-grade and environmentally responsible.
They have the BPI compostable certification.
They achieved the FDA compliance certification by SGS.
  Our Bio-Based Products:
Made of up to 64% renewal resources.
Contain both renewable and fossil-fuel-based carbon.
They are certified food-grade and environmentally responsible.
They have the OK Biobased “two star” and “three star” certification.
Achieved the FDA compliance certification by SGS.
  Compostable/Bio-based Products
General Information
Hygienic – Suitable for use with foods. Food grade raw material is used.

Can service within a temperature range of -20℃/68°F to 120℃/248°F. (Trays can service a temperature up to 150℃/302F)

Our food plates are the preferred packaging available as they do not retain residual taste or result in smell transferring to food or content, even if micro-waved.

Our trays are mostly made from sustainable plant starch which is 100% natural and environmental-friendly. It's a natural step forward!

Carbon Neutral: Bio-plastics, made of natural raw materials, are carbon-neutral. This means that the quantity of carbon dioxide released when incinerated is up to 68% less than conventional plastics.

How long will it take to break down in nature?
It will only take up to six months to break down our products in an industrial composting facility. If stored as stated, our products have a shelf life of 12-18 months and once discarded into a composting facility, they will be fully biodegraded within six months. Broken down by bacteria, the product will convert to carbon dioxide and water and will return safely and naturally to nature. In summary, bio-products will not decompose until they are introduced to the earth’s elements or microorganisms in the soil.


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