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Sugarcane 6" plate; Produced by utilizing sugarcane pulp that would otherwise be discarded or burned; Grease and cut resistant; Microwave and freezer safe; Molded construction for strength; BPI certified compostable; Sold by the case of 1000
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What material is the EP-P016, 6" plate, made of, is it compostable, and how many in a case ?

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They are made from sugarcane. There are 1,000 plates in a case.
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Eco-Products offers a 100% compostable alternative to conventional tree-based paper products. Known as bagasse, these paper plates are made from sugarcane fiber after the sugar "juice" has been extracted. Typically, sugarcane fiber is a discarded by-product from cane sugar manufacturing. Eco-Products reclaims this fiber and uses it to create products from a material that would otherwise be thrown away or burned.

Eco Product's sugarcane products are all BPI certified 100% compostable in commercial compost facilities and will completely compost within 180 days.

Each case contains 1,000 plates.
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