|Production:||Small Round Spoon|
|Certification:||CE / EU,FDA,SGS|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||LULA PLASTIC|
|Application:||Ice cream, yogurt|
|Usage:||eco friendly disposable spoon|
|Product Name:||Convenient Outdoor Tableware One-off PS Plastic Spoon|
|Item name:||disposable fork spoon|
|Style:||disposable chinese soup spoons|
|Type:||disposable forks knives spoons set|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||33X17X24 cm|
|Single gross weight:||2.6 KG|
|Package Type:||500pcs per carton|
LULA 7 inch Home Kitchen NON Plastic Disposable Soup Spoons Convenient Outdoor Tableware One off Composatble Spoon
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Shantou Lula plastic is a company specializing In producing and selling kitchen and household products.
1. What is the difference between compostable and biodegradable?
The essential difference between the above 2 terms is that for a product to qualify and be called Compostable, three (3) criteria must be met, ie, it must:
In order to qualify and be called Biodegradable the product must degrade from naturally occurring microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi and algae etc. over a period of time. Note, that there is no requirement for leaving “no toxic residue”, as well as no requirement for the time it needs to take to biodegrade
2. What is the shelf life of your products?
Maximum 2 years, These products should be stored in a cool dry area to achieve maximum life expectancy.
3.How long will these natural products take to break down?
Normally, 3 months to 2 years. biodegradable is best disposed of in a commercial composting system, as commercial compost sites contain the requisite conditions ie. moisture, humidity, temperature, sunlight, oxygen etc. to attain the shortest period of bio-degradation.
4. What's the temperature resistance of starch based products?
starch based products can handle temperatures ranging from -20°C to 120°C.
5. Why should we use this starch products rather than re-use products?
it is a growing world-wide trend for people to consume take-away foods and generally to use more take-out containers, tableware and disposable packaging everyday for convenience. Most of these products are petroleum-based plastics, are thrown away into trash-cans and end up in landfills, remain there for hundreds and even thousands of years, creating the ever-increasing contamination of the earth’s soils, air and water. Biodegradables offer a compromise to present-day consumers: convenient, healthy, hygienic, light and safe disposable containers, reduce landfills and environmental pollution, and also add benefit to the earth’s eco-systems; all of which will benefit the present and all future life on earth,