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15cm / 6” PLA Spoon

Our 6" compostable spoon is made from a plant-based bioplastic, produced from a rapidly renewable starch. This bioplastic spoon has a smaller carbon footprint than conventional plastic. This spoon is certified industrially compostable and carbon neutral.
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Carton quantity: 1000
Sleeves per carton: 20
Units per sleeve: 50
Carton Size LxWxH (cm): 30x20x21.5
Carton gross weight (kg): 4.600000
Carton barcode: 19344062000898
Raw Material: Bioplastic - Hinsun PLA
Lining/coating: None
Window Material: None
Printing Type: None
Inks: None
Dimensions top LxW (mm): 152.5x33
Dimensions base LxW (mm): 152.5x33
Product weight (g): 4.2
Use: Hot and cold
Manufactured: China
Customise: None
MOQ custom: N/A
Mould fees: No
Environmental production certified: ISO 14001
Quality product certified: ISO 9001
Factory food safety certified: ISO 22000
Corporate social accreditation: BSCI, SA 8000, SMETA
Home compostable: No
Industrially compostable: Certified to AS4736 Australian Standards, Certified to EN13432 European Standard
Recyclable: No
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  • Our 100% bioplastic compostable cutlery is made from bioplastic, produced from a rapidly renewable starch sourced from non-GMO crops.
  • BioPak’s single-use disposable cutlery has a smaller carbon footprint compared to conventional plastic cutlery.
  • We still believe compostable bioplastic packaging plays a role in the sustainable packaging future; compostable packaging allows food waste and packaging to be composted together.
  • We offer sustainable sourced FSC™ cutlery as an alternative to this range.
  • Our eco friendly cutlery is heat-resistant and sturdy.
  • Our CPLA BioCutlery have a 6-month shelf life from date of purchase.
  • Our 100% bioplastic cutlery is compostable in a commercial facility.
  • This range includes bioplastic knives, bioplastic forks, bioplastic spoons, bioplastic sporks, and bioplastic cutlery sets.
  • Bioplastic cutlery is banned in SA, ACT & WA. Australian states are implementing single-use plastic bans. Read More>