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Category: Sugarcane Bagasse

How sugarcane tableware is made?

Sugarcane tableware is made from fibrous residue after juice extraction from sugarcane stalks. This residue, known as bagasse, is a renewable and sustainable resource that

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Biodegradable vs Compostable

Biodegradable refers to any material that can be broken down by natural processes into its component parts, typically by microorganisms. This process may take a

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sugarcane bagasse

What is Sugarcane Bagasse?

Bagasse is the byproduct of sugarcane fiber after the juices are removed from the sugarcane stalk, which was previously thrown away or burned. But right now, instead of throwing or burning this “waste product”, the manufacturers can make use of them to produce usable and sustainable goods, such as eco-friendly disposable tableware to reduce environmental pollution and energy consumption.

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