DetailsThese plant fiber based products are made from sugarcane (bagasse) and wheatstraw fiber. Sugarcane and wheatstraw are not only annually renewable resources, but can also be turned into products normally made from plastic or paper. Bagasse is the sugarcane fiber remaining after extraction of juice from sugarcane and the wheatstraw is the remaining plant material after the wheat grain and chaff have been extracted. We use these byproducts to make compostable tableware.
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SKU WCBOSCU11 Manufacturer World Centric Additional Info Pack of 50 bowls Care Instructions Gluten free
Microwave and freezer safe, can be used for both hot and cold items
No plastic or wax lining
Can handle hot liquids up to 220 Fahrenheit (moisture forms at the bottom for hot food items)
Fully compostable, sturdy and strong
Meet ASTM D-6400 standard for compostability
Material Bagasse and Wheatstraw Dimensions 11.5oz
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Incredibly functional bowls
These were multi-functional during a vacation with 8 women over several days. We used them for hot foods and cold foods, including for reheating queso dip in the microwave without producing toxic plastic fumes. We also used them as bowls to hold water for paint brushes during a group crafting project, and they never got soggy or leaked. They are about the size of a cereal bowl and thick and sturdy. Beyond their sustainability, they are even a better financial deal compared to foam or flimsy paper bowls because of their multi-functional capabilities. Highly recommended.
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