Bagasse mulch is a byproduct of sugarcane plant stalks after harvest. The mulch is formed after juice has been removed from the sugarcane, and is a product that would traditionally be thrown out and regarded as waste. This mulch is then heat pressed into the desired shape of the product using a high-heat, high pressure process to make sugarcane products and tableware for any establishment.
Made from bagasse, these products help reduce the wastage of materials after sugarcane harvest. They are also completely compostable and take approximately 3-6 months to decompose which is comparable to palm and bamboo products. Pulping bagasse is also more efficient and eco-friendly to the planet than creating paper products.
Able to withstand temperatures up to 212 degrees fahrenheit, these products are also cut resistant to provide maximum durability, and are more durable than paper, plastic, or polystyrene products.
The pictures and sizes below are few samples and we have wide range of variety of dine wear and parcel food containers.