Disposable biodegradable lunch boxes earned merits in a renowned celebration.
Minor Basilica of St Anne in Bukit Mertajam is once again the centre of attraction for the St Anne’s Feast Celebration. Undeniably a famous landmark that puts the mainland on the map, the church draws pilgrims from all over Malaysia and neighbouring countries like Australia, Singapore and Thailand. The church, majestically glowing at night, is surrounded by convivial vibes, which extend all the way to the town.
Yesterday, the statue of St Anne and her daughter, Mother Mary, was carried on a wooden palanquin by volunteers, also joined by a sea of devotees. Passing several major streets, this tradition is a sight to behold, particularly after two years of scaled-down celebration.
Reducing Plastic Waste with Biodegradable Lunch Box
And when there is a festival, there is endless food. Many kind-hearted devotees offered meals to fill the stomachs of people coming from far and wide. Our biodegradable lunch boxes were used to serve delicious sides and rice combo, with generous ladles of curry. Apart from satiating hunger, they also helped to curb a concerning issue – plastic pollution. Piles of plastic waste are giving the environment a hard time. Studies from Harvard and Guardian have suggested that serving hot food in plastic containers tends to pass chemicals into the food. Nevertheless, our eco friendly disposable box has no layer of plastic and is made locally from rice husk.
Biodegradable Lunch Box
Quantity: 800 pieces
Similar to Chitra Pournami and Hari Raya, where our biodegradable plates were widely appreciated, we are glad that this spiritual celebration followed suit. What’s better than your biodegradable products replacing plastic takeaway? Customers are elated with the quality of the products. Check out the review below:
We are contented to be a small part of a big festival like St Anne’s Feast. By reducing plastic food boxes, it bridges the gap between us and Mother Nature.