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Embracing Sustainability: Bagasse and Biocorn Range


The introduction of the Bagasse and Biocorn food packaging range is one commendable step towards a greener future. This innovative collection not only offers a plethora of functional and stylish dinnerware but also contributes significantly to reducing our ecological footprint.


As consumers become increasingly eco-conscious, the demand for alternative tableware solutions is expected to rise exponentially. According to RationalStat’s industry analysis, the Global Bagasse Tableware Market is experiencing significant growth, with its value estimated at US$ 226.7 million in 2023. Projections suggest a robust Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of over 6.5% over the forecast period of 2023-2030.


Bagasse – A Remarkable Raw Material

At the heart of our sustainable packaging range lies bagasse, a fibrous byproduct obtained from sugarcane processing. Bagasse is an excellent alternative to traditional paper or plastic-based materials, as it requires minimal additional resources for production. As a waste product of the sugar industry, utilizing bagasse helps to reduce the amount of agricultural waste and offers a second life to a material that would otherwise end up in landfills.


Biocorn – The Bio-Based Champion

Biocorn, derived from cornstarch, is a biodegradable and renewable resource. It is a plant-based alternative that minimizes the environmental impact associated with petroleum-based products. By harnessing the power of nature, our Biocorn products provide an eco-friendly solution to the growing concerns surrounding plastic pollution.


The Sustainable Production Process

The production process for our Bagasse and Biocorn range is designed to minimize energy consumption and waste generation.


Our Extensive Range for Every Occasion

Our comprehensive range of sustainable food packaging solutions goes beyond the conventional, offering a versatile array of products suitable for various occasions. From dinnerwares to practical takeaway containers and festive Yusheng and platter trays, our collection caters to diverse needs without compromising on style, functionality, or sustainability.


Reducing Waste and Embracing Circular Economy

Bagasse, derived from sugarcane processing, and Biocorn, derived from cornstarch, both utilize agricultural byproducts that would otherwise be considered waste. Repurposing these materials contributes to the conservation of natural resources and helps reduce the burden on ecosystems.


By choosing our Bagasse and Biocorn food packaging range, consumers contribute to the reduction of single-use plastic and promote the adoption of materials with a lower environmental impact. Our commitment to a circular economy involves designing products that can be easily recycled or composted, ensuring that they do not linger in landfills for generations.