100% sugar cane fiber (bagasse), a byproduct of the sugar refining process. (Supplies of this material are virtually unlimited worldwide. The use of bagasse products eliminates the dependence of traditional wood fiber-based materials in disposable tableware. Since bagasse is traditionally burned for disposal, the diversion of the fiber into the making of tableware prevents harmful air pollution.)
These disposable (and biodegradable, and compostable) dinnerware pieces are designed for elegant entertaining, indoors or out.
They're attractive, unbleached, FDA-approved food-safe, and they're much sturdier than standard paper plates. (They're comparable to Chinet™ brand plates.) Not only are they made from renewable resources (see above), they're microwavable, freezer safe, oil resistant, and capable of handling hot or cold foods and beverages. After use, this product can be recycled for the making of paper, or 100% catabolized as compost. Dinnerware is sold in individual packs of 50 pieces, or by the case. Perfect for your Independence Day barbecue.