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 would otherwise be discarded as waste. To make sugarcane tableware, the bagasse is processed and molded into various shapes and sizes of plates, bowls, and cups, typically using heat and pressure. Some manufacturers also add other natural materials, such as bamboo or wheat straw, to improve the strength and durability of the tableware. The resulting products are biodegradable and compostable, making them an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional petroleum-based plastic products.