The new disposable container can biodegrade even at room temperature, as it is produced using agriculture waste instead of food
Packaging products manufacturer Formosa Pack is set to introduce new bio-fibre composite disposable containers, as part of its sustainable efforts.
The new bio-fibre composite disposable containers will serve as a better replacement for the customers focusing on greener alternatives and protecting the environment.
The new disposable container has the capacity to biodegrade even at room temperature, as it is produced using agriculture waste instead of food.
Formosa Pack has used German-made thermoforming machines to manufacture new disposable containers
For maintaining better quality, Formosa Pack has used German-made thermoforming machines to manufacture bio-fibre composite disposable containers.
The company will exhibit the new disposable container at the Bio-Composition Material Container (BCM) event in Düsseldorf, Germany. The event will take place from 25 February to 3 March in 2021.
In a statement, Formosa Pack CEO Dr Yenchou Tai said: “Formosa Pack is for greentek and value balanced effort.”
Formosa Pack provides convenient packaging solutions for CSR-oriented hypermarkets such as Carrefour to maintain the environmental sustainability.
The company mainly focuses on offering cradle to cradle containers and advanced solutions for the replacement of highly-priced polylactic acid (PLA) plastic material.
In March this year, Anchor Packaging expanded its Crisp Food Technologies container line with the introduction of a new Fry Baby hinged container.
The new Baby hinged container, available with 6”x 3” size, is suitable to serve French fries, chicken strips, nuggets, wings and other foods.