China Supply Compostable Bagasse Clamshell Take-out Container

In recent years, with people’s attention to environmental protection and sustainable development, green and environmentally friendly products with sustainable raw material sources are increasingly favoured by people.

The bagasse products are undoubtedly one of the best that meet all these requirements—especially the bagasse food packaging boxes, bagasse hamburg clamshells, bagasse fast food boxes, etc.

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What is Bagasse Clamshell Take-out Container?

Compostable Bagasse Clamshell Take-out Containers are an innovative, eco-friendly and sustainable way to package food for take-out. These containers are made from renewable and biodegradable materials such as waste paper pulp or straw fibres, which are widely available and cost-effective.

  1. Compostable bagasse clamshell take-out containers are a more sustainable packaging option than traditional methods.
  2. Raw materials used in these containers are renewable and can be disposed of responsibly without contributing to landfill waste or pollution.
  3. These containers are heat resistant, making them suitable for hot foods.
  4. The material is lightweight yet strong, making it easier to transport and store than other packaging materials.
  1. The raw materials are waste paper pulp or renewable straw fibres such as wheat, reed, straw, bamboo, sugar cane, palm, etc., which are widely sourced and inexpensive and do not use wood.
  2. No wastewater is produced in the production process, and no external discharge exists.
  3. The product is waterproof and oil-proof.
  4. During use, it can be frozen and refrigerated at -18°, heated by the microwave oven, and baked at 220 degrees.
  5. The product can be completely degraded within 45-90 days in its natural state and composted at home. The main component after degradation is organic matter, which will not produce any garbage residue and pollution.
    The product is non-toxic and harmless, safe and secure.
  1. Versatile containers can be used in various ways, such as restaurants, cafeterias and food trucks.
  2. Suitable for both hot and cold foods like pasta dishes or sandwiches.
  3. Microwavable for reheating leftovers at home.
  4. Compostable to help reduce environmental waste.

Product Details

Item NameCompostable bagasse clamshell take out container
MaterialBagasse pulp
ColorNatural or White
SizeCustomized or regular sizes
ApplicationFood packing
Feature1, Biodegradable / Compostable
2, Nontoxic
SampleAvailable for free if we have in stock , proofing will be rechecked
Packing5 layer carton
CertificateSGS, biodegradable/compostable certificates
PaymentT/T / 50% deposit ,balance should be paid before shipment.

Quotation Notice: If a quotation is needed, some details must be provided, such as the size, pieces per roll, printing and so on.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, they do not leak.

Bagasse containers are made from a natural material called bagasse and can be used safely for food storage. They are sealed with a tight-fitting lid that allows you to store liquids, dry goods and more in them without worrying about them leaking out.

  • The cost of bagasse containers is typically higher than the cost of plastic or other types of containers. The reason for this is that bagasse is a byproduct from sugar cane production. It is not used for anything else and therefore has no other value.
  • The cost of bagasse container will depend on the size, quality and quantity needed. For example, the average price of a 5 gallon bagasse container is around $2 while a 20 gallon may cost anywhere between $8 and $12.

You may be wondering if bagasse containers are safe to use with food. The answer is yes! Bagasse is made from sugarcane fibres and has been FDA approved for food contact. As such, it can be used in hot or cold applications.

You can recycle your used bagasse containers. You can take them to a recycling facility in your area, or contact your local waste management company to find out where you can recycle them. The container should not be crushed and it must still be intact for recycling purposes.

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