Bio Clear BioPlastic Bowls, Tray and Lids

BioPak clear bowls may look and perform like any other plastic bowls, but ours are made from Ingeo™, a plant based bioplastic. Producing these bowls results in 75% less greenhouse gases than the conventional plastic it replaces.
Suitable for serving cold meals.

Bioplastics have a 6-month shelf life from purchase and must be stored out of direct sun and below 35°C.

Bioplastic does not have suitable oxygen barrier properties to store food for more than a few days

These bowls are certified commercially compostable.

What is Bioplastic?

A bioplastic is a substance made from organic biomass sources, unlike conventional plastics which are made from petroleum. Bioplastics are made through a number of different processes. Some use a microorganism to process base materials, such as vegetable oils, cellulose, starches, acids and alcohols.

Almost all bioplastics produce less CO2 and their overall environmental impact is typically lower than that of conventional plastics.
Some biodegradable bioplastics can break down in 180 days, given the right conditions. Others are not biodegradable at all.

Bioplastic packaging is better than conventional plastic packaging as it helps reduce the dependency on limited fossil resources, which are expected to become significantly more expensive in the coming decades. Slowly depleted fossil resources are being gradually substituted with renewable resources. Bioplastic is predominantly manufactured using annual crops, such as corn and sugar beet, or perennial cultures such as cassava and sugarcane.

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BioPak clear bowls may look and perform like any other plastic bowls, but ours are made from Ingeo™, a plant based bioplastic. Producing these bowls results in 75% less greenhouse gases than the conventional plastic it replaces.
Suitable for serving cold meals.

Bioplastics have a 6-month shelf life from purchase and must be stored out of direct sun and below 35°C.

Bioplastic does not have suitable oxygen barrier properties to store food for more than a few days

These bowls are certified commercially compostable.

What is Bioplastic?

A bioplastic is a substance made from organic biomass sources, unlike conventional plastics which are made from petroleum. Bioplastics are made through a number of different processes. Some use a microorganism to process base materials, such as vegetable oils, cellulose, starches, acids and alcohols.

Almost all bioplastics produce less CO2 and their overall environmental impact is typically lower than that of conventional plastics.
Some biodegradable bioplastics can break down in 180 days, given the right conditions. Others are not biodegradable at all.

Bioplastic packaging is better than conventional plastic packaging as it helps reduce the dependency on limited fossil resources, which are expected to become significantly more expensive in the coming decades. Slowly depleted fossil resources are being gradually substituted with renewable resources. Bioplastic is predominantly manufactured using annual crops, such as corn and sugar beet, or perennial cultures such as cassava and sugarcane.