WASARA Maru Small Round Plate Bulk / 100 Pack

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Tapas party anyone? Sustainable, biodegradable and chic our Maru small plates are perfect for any moment one wants to impress.

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With it's elegant pure Japanese design, WASARA truly offers the best in biodegradable disposable tableware. Because style and caring for the earth should go hand in hand, we bring to you the WASARA line of products. Made entirely from tree-free renewable materials (think sugar cane fibers, bamboo and reed pulps which means they can stand up to heat), the line is also compostable yet sturdy and is reflective of minimalist Japanese design. This is a green fashionista entertainer’s dream finally come true.Unlike other biodegradable tableware made from bagasse (sugar cane fiber), WASARA does not become pliable or "sweat" when hot (not boiling) liquids are added. This is thanks to the combination of materials from which WASARA is made (bagasse, bamboo, and reed pulp), and the fact that it includes a trace of a water- and oil-resistant agent.

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Bulk Sleeve of 100 Disposable Plates. Not individually consumer packaged and not eligible for return.

Designed in Japan by Shinichiro Ogata - SIMPLICITY

Made from tree-free renewable materials (sugar cane fiber, bamboo, and reed pulp)

ASTM D-6400 certified to be fully biodegradable and compostable, even in home composting systems.

Manufactured in China, near the source of its raw materials. The factory is ISO 9001 & 14001 certified, which means it meets international standards for management and environmental protection.

One time use

WASARA should not be used with liquids at or above boiling (212°F or 100°C). As with all paper tableware, WASARA will be hot to the touch when filled with hot liquids. Please exercise the same caution you would with any paper cup.

Not recommended for use in conventional or convection ovens.

3.5" Diameter

Tree-free renewable materials: sugar cane fiber, bamboo, and reed pulp