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PLA Cups

Posted By: goodbiopak

Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2022

Price: $1.00

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The pla plastic cups developed and produced by GoodBioPak can be used in a wide variety of foods including coffee, tea, yogurt, bubble tea, soda water and other occasions. The heat resistance of the product is 14°F ~176°, with size, color and LOGO customizable according to customer requirements.

Types of PLA Cups

8 Oz Biodegradable Cups
The 8 oz biodegradable cup developed by GoodBioPak can withstand heat up to 176°F. The 8 oz biodegradable cup can be customized according to customer requirements.

16 Oz Biodegradable Cups
The 16 oz eco friendly cups disposable body is thickened and firm, wear-resistant and fall-proof, and not easily deformed. The edge of the cup rim is polished smooth, without burr, so as to prevent lip injury.

U Shape 16 Oz Biodegradable Cups
The U-shaped design of U shape 16 oz biodegradable cup at the bottom allows smooth contour and stability. LOGO can be customized.

24 Oz Biodegradable Cups
The 24 oz biodegradable cup developed and produced by GoodBioPak has a spiral pattern on the mouth, and the screw lid has good sealing performance and is not easy to leak. High-transparent PLA material, drinks are clear at a glance. Patterns can also be customized according to customer needs.

As one of biodegradable cups manufacturers, we have types of pla plastic products for sale, if you have needs, please contact us.

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