Sauce Cups

BioPak eco-friendly, disposable portion cups are perfect for sauce or samples. Our sauce cups are made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp or plant-based bioplastic. Certified home/industrially compostable and carbon neutral.
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  • BioCane
  • BioPlastic
Colour
  1. Clear
Food
  1. Dessert
  2. Drinks
  3. Fruit & veg
  4. Muesli
  5. Salad
  6. Sauce
Capacity
  1. 0-4oz (0-145ml)
  2. 8-9oz (231-300ml)
Use
  1. Cold use only
  2. Freezer safe
  3. Microwave safe
  4. Oven safe
Material
  1. PLA bioplastic
  2. Plastic
  3. Sugarcane pulp
Recycling
  1. Home compostable
  2. Industrially compostable
  3. Recyclable
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Sauce Cups

BioPak eco-friendly sauce containers are a sustainable alternative to plastic sauce containers. Available in BioCane and BioPlastic, they are designed to biodegrade without harm to the environment through composting after use. These disposable sauce cups are certified carbon neutral as with all our food packaging and 5% of profits from each sale are donated to driving positive change.

BioCane Sauce Cup

Our bagasse sauce cups are plastic-free and made from rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp, which is a by-product of the sugar refining industry that’s been re-imagined and repurposed. Compared to paper, sugarcane pulp is more eco-friendly as it can be harvested annually and it is a waste by-product that would’ve been otherwise burnt. These sugarcane sample cups seal tight and ensure there is no drippy messy to clean up! 

BioPlastic Sauce Cups

Our bioplastic sauce cups look and perform like conventional plastic sauce cups but are made from Ingeo™ bioplastic. They are among the first of their kind certified industrially compostable to Australian AS4736 standards. Perfectly clear and sturdy, they are suitable for cold dressings, sauces, samples and more. 

Keen on knowing what’s the difference between bioplastic and plastic? Explore this topic in the blog article.