Bagasse is the dry fibrous residue left after sugar cane stalks have been crushed to extract juice. Bagasse plates and bowls are pressed in a high-heat, high-pressure process. With the fibers already crushed, considerably less energy is required to create bagasse products compared with pulping wood for paper products. Normally the fibers are burned as fuel, though the power yield is low and the process is polluting.
Bagasse tableware is thicker and more rigid in service than traditional paper cupers, which means that they have ideal thermal properties for hot, wet or oily foods. You can even microwave them for 2-3 minutes.
If your brand is eco-driven then the Material Motion Bagasse line are your go to products
|Image||Sku||Title||Capacity||Material||Diameter Top||Diameter Bottom||Case|
|L021||17oz / 500mL Soup Cup||Bagasse||114 mm||600|
|L022||17oz / 500mL Cup Lid||Bagasse||115 mm||1,000|
|L027||15oz / 425ml SOUP Cup||Bagasse||105 mm||600|
|L028||15oz / 425ml Cup Lid||Bagasse||108 mm||60|
|L048||5oz / 140ml Soup Cup||Bagasse||77 mm||1,000|
|L051||9oz / 260ml Cup||Bagasse||80 mm||1,000|
|L052||13oz / 370ml Cup||Bagasse||92.7 mm||800|
|LN-C||2oz / 55ml Soup Cup||Bagasse||60 mm||40 mm||2,000|