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Cornstarch Disposable Cutlery Spoon and Fork Wholesale
Soton Group is an environmentally-friendly and eco friendly straw manufacturer that applies both innovative technologies and environmental protection solutions to our straws, cups, and other wholesale sustainable products and markets all over the world. Soton supplies various biodegradable necessities for food & beverage, including biodegradable straws, biodegradable cups, biodegradable cutlery, eco-friendly tableware, bags and gloves.
Corn starch cutlery is made of natural corn starch, plant fiber and Polypropylene. The product is made of 53% corn starch 47% Polypropylene.
Corn Starch Cutlery
Corn starch cutlery is made of natural corn starch, plant fiber, and Polypropylene. The cornstarch spoon and fork are made of 53% corn starch 47% Polypropylene. The degradation rate can reach 69% under industrial composting conditions after 180 days. Soton's cornstarch spoon and fork are cost-effective with stable performance and LFGB and FDA certifications.
Specifications of Corn Starch Spoon and Fork
Regular size from 6-7.5 inches. The size and the shape can be customized under request
Advantages of Corn Starch Spoon and Fork
Cost-Effective and Planet Friendly
Corn starch cutlery is made of natural corn starch, plant fiber, and Polypropylene, which is safe and clean to use and an eco-friendly alternative for plastic. The composting rate of Soton's corn starch utensils can reach over 69% after 180 days under industrial composting conditions. The product performance of this kind of cornstarch spoon and fork is stable and cost-effective as well. Soton's corn starch spoon and fork have recycling value and protection of resources. Naturally degraded and reduced to organic fertilizer to restore nature (the natural degradation period is 90 days).
Proximity to Customers
Soton's cornstarch spoon and fork are strong & sturdy, sleek & stylish, and suitable for hot and cold food, which are BPA-Free, Toxic-Free approved by LFGB and FDA for Food Safety. Our cornstarch utensils provide sustainable alternatives, while still having the strength and stability of traditional plastic appliances. They are very suitable for hot food (heat-resistant temperature up to 248°F) and can be used in a microwave oven. Soton's cornstarch spoon and fork are very suitable for barbecues, weddings, parties, picnics and other activities.
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