> Which materials are used for your plates?
Palm Leaf: these plates are made from fallen palm leaves, cleaned in local spring water. The leaves and then put in a heat press to form our palm leaf plates and bowls.
Sugarcane bagasse: it is a waste material produced from the extraction of sugarcane juice. These plates are more energy-efficient than oil-based packaging. This is because the raw material has already been pulped for its juices, and it does not need to be drilled for. Sugarcane Bagasse is also an annually growing crop making bagasse products sustainable.
> Can these materials handle liquids and grease?
Our plates will perfectly handle any liquids and are greasy and cut resistant. Although sugarcane works great with liquids and grease, it will lose resistance and strength after a few times of use as any other product.
> What sizes do you offer?
Small – 7Inch
Medium – 9Inch
Large – 10Inch
Tray-Plate – 7 compartments 13x9Inch
> Can these plates be easily recycled?
Our range of sustainable plates is commercially compostable, which means they must be disposed of where facilities exist.
> Can I apply branded stickers onto your compostable plates?
Yes, sticker branding is a cost-effective solution to branding bagasse containers, especially if you cannot meet the MOQ of direct printing.