Sugar cane fiber
The material is obtained by macerating the residual fibers from the processing of sugar cane. As in the production of paper sheets, a shredded liquid pulp rich in cellulose fibers is created, which is then thermoformed in several molds.
It is a raw material obtained by recovering vegetable waste
Because they are delicate in their cream color, velvety to the touch and with elegant shapes
Resistant during service even with hot food and heating in the oven