Biodegradable packaging Malaysia for a renowned, religious festival in Penang.
What constitutes proper disposable packaging? Yes, quality is the first to mind. Next comes customer experience, followed by honest pricing. What ties all these factors together are communal functions and festivals. Our biodegradable disposable plates and food boxes have been garnering a solid reputation for Hari Raya, Thaipusam, Deepavali and weddings.
And a week ago, it was the famous Chitra Pournami Festival in Penang. Like the years before, the usage of plastic is seeing a decline. As committees and organisations are keen to do the best for the environment and people’s health. Many studies indicate that serving and packing hot food in plastic packaging releases harmful chemicals. Not forgetting the negative impacts of plastic on nature.
Which Biodegradable Packaging Was the Favourite?
Among the top biodegradable packaging Malaysia is our bio lunch box. This disposable food box is made from rice husk and has a capacity of 600ml. Unlike plastic food boxes, the lunch boxes do not stick with each other. Most notably, the thickness of the eco box allows people to eat directly from it right away. For takeaway, the container has an oil resistance of approximately 3 hours. Being a lunch box supplier, we guarantee that this is a box that you should not overlook.
The common food serving is with 3 sides and spoonfuls of gravy. Furthermore, people are happy to use such eco products. The “Go Green” message should be a focus for the next generation too.
Strong, Sustainable and Eco Plates in Action
Imagine a generous amount of gravy and sides over steaming rice. Now add a disposable plate in there. Not just any plate, but an eco plate that is among the thickest in the market. Clear evidence of the quality is guests holding it with a single hand. Consequently, the plates do not bend or deform. This dinnerware is the same material as the biodegradable meal box. Do note that there is no layer of plastic on the dinnerware. So do not worry about eating hot food directly from the plate. Click here to watch how the dinner plate was used to serve thosai (Indian pancakes with curry).
How about drinks? Our 6oz paper cup took care of warm coffee and the bamboo cup fits cold juices. Since the meals were eaten by hand, it nullifies the need for disposable cutlery.
Just like the disposable packaging, the festival was nothing short of excellence. The brimming colours, devotional songs and soul-soothing prayers further made the day extra memorable. Most notably, the beautiful chariot.
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