Bagasse, also known as sugarcane pulp, is a fibrous material left behind in the sugarcane harvesting process.
To save our world from deforestation in the production of wood pulp for paper products, it is essential to use any available resource to help towards this. Bagasse is a raw material provided by sugarcane and as such is a valuable renewable resource.
King Pack has embraced the use of Bagasse in the production of take-away food packaging doing away with the environmentally unfriendly single-use plastic products. Our sugarcane range of takeaway containers is oil and water-resistant, sturdy and strong, suitable for hot and cold foods, and microwave and freezer friendly.
What are the benefits of Bagasse food packaging?
Bagasse food containers are naturally biodegradable, taking around 90 days to decompose as opposed to plastic products which can take up to 400 years to disappear. King Pack’s Bagasse takeaway food containers are also compostable in a home compost heap. The range includes a wide range of plates, bowls, food containers, hamburger boxes, clamshell containers and lids.
In a world where takeaways are becoming a way of life and using a sustainable and biodegradable resource such as Bagasse for packaging is a must, King Pack offers a range of solutions without compromising on quality and reliability.