750 ml Bagasse Containers + Lid + Sleeve

Made from renewable energy of sugar cane waste, used in flea markets, outdoor events events, catering and takeaway of foods. It is made from Bagasse, which is a by-product of sugar production, which is mainly the fiber that remains after extraction of juice from sugarcane. The remaining fiber is transformed into different  forms in a high-heat, high-pressure process using less energy compared to pulping wood for paper products. It is a waste by-product, therefore it does not require additional cultivation of lands and cutting of forests. Bagasse products are biodegradable and thus eco friendly.

These boxes, made from Bagasse are thicker and more rigid than traditional paper boxes. They can be used for hot, wet or oily foods.This, in today’s time is one of the best purchases in the market by a large number of people


Product Description


Bagasse containers are sturdier than plastic and regular paper cdontainers, they do not get damaged by cutlery, heat, or greasy foods that easily. These bowls are disposable and are made from all natural sugar cane fibers. They are organic and resourceful alternatives to using plastic or other non-recyclable materials.Whether you want to enjoy your favourite winter soup on the go or save a portion for later, our extra strength disposable soup bowls can be safely used in the microwave and the freezer. You can use these at parties, events, picnics, BBQs, seasonal gatherings, and for everyday use. You can use these to serve hot gravy, hot meals, desserts, cold salads, ice cream sundaes and much more. These are strong and don’t easily get ripped, torn, or damaged.


1. These are biodegradable

2. They are a better replacement for plastics and thermocol

3. It is environment friendly, i.e recyclable

4.Microwave safe and freezable, can be used for both hot and cold items

5. Sturdy and not very flexible

6.There are a lot of different Styles available for the same

Product Dimensions

Depth – 50.8 mm

Length – 228.6 mm

Width – 137.16 mm

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