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The PLA knife, fork and spoon developed by GoodBioPak can be used in many scenes involving a wide variety of foods such as ice cream, cake and cupcake. The heat resistance of the product is 14°F ~176°F, with color customizable according to customer requirements (such as white, transparent, black and green).
Types of PLA Cutlery
Heat-resistant PLA Cutlery
The heat-resistant pla cutlery developed and produced by GoodBioPak can withstand heat up to 176°F. The heat-resistant PLA cutlery is burr-free at the edge, the handle is thickened and firm, heat-insulating and scald-proof.
Biodegradable Disposable Cutlery
The biodegradable cutlery set developed and produced by GoodBioPak can withstand heat up to 122°F. The biodegradable disposable plant based cutlery has high toughness; the knife has neat and sharp teeth, which can cut food easily.
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I am married, single income wife is home maker and my daughter goes to international school. Yet, I have managed to save like 50% of my salary throughout my 13 years stay here.
I just reorganized my networth tracker this weekend and here are some interesting stats:
I saved 852k SGD over these years since Jan 2010, cumulative from my salary, prior to that my networth was 87K and I came to SG in Jun 2009. Then the return on investment from my most adhoc poorly managed investments over these years is cumulative 342k.
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