Her order includes our disposable biodegradable plates, the top-selling item for any festive season.
Like any other celebrations, we make it into the to-do lists of families. From serving hundreds of devotees with eco lunch boxes to dinner plates for weddings, the list goes on. And yes, Hari Raya is no exception. During the month of Ramadhan, we appreciate that numerous cafes and restaurants opted for eco packaging over plastic. Now, biodegradable disposable plates are back to grab the number one spot for open houses.
One customer, in particular, shared her excitement with images of her unboxing her order. We were very happy that our disposables will be part of her open house and were delivered on time. Below are the images.
Disposable Biodegradable Plates Add Convenience
Disposable biodegradable plates, which are made from rice husk, are the main star of the event. Guests will be glad to know that there is no layer of plastic and thick enough to withstand gravy. Click here to watch the gravy test. Meanwhile, the disposable bowls take care of soups, sauces and noodles. It is part of the hospitality to give guests something to bring back home. For this festive season, it has to be traditional snacks and sweets, gravy-rich dishes and more. Which calls the attention of the 2 compartment lunch box.
Here is Ms Azlina’s review:
Good, thick biodegradable products. Good functionality. TQVM to seller for prompt reply to my queries prior to my order and the fast service despite items from outstation, as I need it to reach me on urgent basis. Appreciate it. Items safely arrived nicely & neatly packed. Recommended seller.Ms Wan Azlina
Customers Love Our Disposable Packaging
We emphasise quality. As such, we are continually gaining positive reviews. Click to read a detailed customer review of our disposable plate. Which seems like a pat on the back that we are doing the right stuff. Here are more reviews of our bio plates and wooden cutlery. We are glad many Hari Raya functions and gatherings are choosing to reduce plastic. This is a message we should spread across, particularly to the next generation.
Selamat Hari Raya!
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