Founded on 2005, Shenglin Paper Company is a leading manufacturer which specializes in disposable biodegradable paper pulp packaging products and paper tableware. Now we have two factories, Parent company is in Suzhou, Zhejiang. Second factory is in Anhui Province, we have 4 new production lines. Eco-friendly Disposable Sugarcane Bagasse Paper 7inch is one of hot sale products.
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Product origin :Anhui, China
Delivery time :normally around 30days after order confirmed
Supply capacity :Enough
Founded on 2005, Shenglin Paper Company is a leading manufacturer which specializes in disposable biodegradable paper pulp packaging products and paper tableware. Now we have two factories, Parent company is in Suzhou, Zhejiang. Second factory is in Anhui Province, we have 4 new production lines.
Shenglin biodegradable tableware are made from green natural fiber pulp, annual growth, both bleached and unbleached fiber available for customers to choose.
7inch plate is our most popular items for wholesaler and retailer in supermarket. Plate specifications as below:
|SLP011||φ180X18mm||7 inch Australia Round Plate||10g/pcs|
Standard bulk packaging is 50Pcs/bag, 1000pcs/ctn.
Standard retail shrink wrap packaging: 15pcs/shrink bag+logo sticker, 1000pcs/ctn.
Sugarcane bagasse is compost material which is a great way to improve vital soil resources and divert waste that would otherwise be landfilled.
Suagrcane pulp material life cycle is as below picture shows:
Sugarcane Bagasse Pulp Products Advantages:
1. 100% Biodegradable and compostable
2. 100% Made from Natural Fiber, without any chemical additives
3. 100% Microwavable
4. 100% Refrigerable
5. Up to 100 degrees Celsius in hot Water resistance
6. Up to 120 degrees Celsius in hot Oil resistance
All of our sugarcane bagasse tableware products are operate strictly in accordance with BRC, QS. Sugarcane pulp paper tableware products are FDA approved for direct food contact, and certified with LFGB test for EU market.
Q: What is suagrcane bagasse?
A:Bagasse / sugarcane is a byproduct of making sugar. When sugarcane stalks are harvested, they're pressed to release their juices that get processed into sugar. Then, rather than burning or throwing the used sugarcane stalks away, the fibrous pulp is made into a paper-like substance called bagasse which is then formed into a wide variety of products like containers, plates, and bowls.
Q:Can sugarcane products handle liquids and grease?
A:Lined sugarcane products will hold liquids well and is grease and cut resistant. Unlined sugarcane works great too, but like paper, it may be more likely to lose strength when used with very hot foods or liquids.
Q:Can I put your products in the freezer/microwave/oven?
A:Paper and Sugarcane products can put into microwave and oven and go in the freezer. But freshness and freezer burn can become issues if left there too long.
Q:Some of your products are compostable. Is that the same as biodegradable?
A:The terms “ biodegradable ” and “ compostable ” are not equivalent or interchangeable. “ Biodegradable ” simply means something will be broken down by microbes over time, which is true for most materials on the planet. An aluminum can is “ biodegradable ”… if you wait 200 years. Since this term applies to almost everything, it is a pretty meaningless claim and one that has been significantly abused through greenwashing. In contrast, “ compostable ” means something will break down in a reasonable amount of time, leave behind no toxic residue, and safely become an additive to soil.