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600ml Natural OctaBagasse BioCane Containers & Lids

These cartons contain 200 x 600ml Natural Octa Takeaway Containers & 200 x PET Lids to match. The bases are made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp, a by-product made of the sugar refining industry. The lids are made from recyclable PET. These containers have a unique octagonal shape for a premium look and feel - They are carbon neutral and home compostable and recyclable. PLEASE NOTE THE BELOW SPECIFICATION ONLY APPLIES TO THE BIOCANE BASE.

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Carton quantity: 200
Sleeves per carton: 8
Units per sleeve: 25
Carton Size LxWxH (cm): 48.0 x 47.0 x 37.0
Carton gross weight (kg): 9.600000
Carton barcode: 0
Raw material: Bagasse - Natural (80% sugarcane pulp & 20% bamboo pulp)
Lining/coating: None
Window material: None
Inks: None
Brim fill capacity (ml): 670
Dimensions top LxW (mm): 226mm x 166mm
Thickness: TBC
Use: Hot, Cold, Wet & Dry Products
Manufactured: China
Customise: None
MOQ custom: N/A
Home compostable: Certified to NF T51-800 European standards
Industrially compostable: Certified to EN13432 European Standard
Recyclable: TBC
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  • Our sugarcane bagasse containers are tree-free, made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp – a by-product remaining after the juice has been extracted that would otherwise be burned.
  • Sturdy and versatile, these disposable rectangular containers can handle a wide variety of hot and cold foods, including soups and curries.
  • These sugarcane takeaway containers are grease and water-resistant, with a leak-proof and secure lid – perfect for food deliveries.
  • Sugarcane products are microwave safe and ovenproof up to 220°C for 20 mins and refrigerator and freezer safe (matching PET lids are not microwave or oven-safe – an eco-friendly alternative to your plastic meal prep container!
  • Sugarcane products are certified home compostable to European NF T51-800 standards and industrially compostable to European EN13432 standard.
  • PET lids must be disposed of in the recycling stream.