How Is Plant-based Packaging Made?

  • Step 1: The raw materials are mixed with lime water and cooked to obtain pulp.
  • Step 2: The paper pulp is washed, bleached, beaten, fished and dried to produce moisture-proof and non-toxic organic paper.
  • Step 3: The moisture-proof and non-toxic organic paper is processed into a moisture-proof and non-toxic organic convenient packaging bag.

Benefits of Plant-based Packaging

  1. Energy saving
    It requires less carbon to produce, reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills, and does not produce toxins when decomposed.
  2. Commercial interests
    More and more people solve their environmental concerns through "green environmental protection". Therefore, plant packaging may expand your customer base.

Plant-based materials of Plant-based Packaging

  1. PLA
    Polylactic acid (PLA), also known as Bioplastic is a biodegradable polyester derived from renewable plant materials like corn starch.
  2. Sugarcane Residue
    Bagasse is a dry fibrous byproduct of sugar production.
  3. Cellulose derived from wood pulp
    NatureFlex is a home compostable clear film made from cellulose found naturally in wood pulp.