Author Archives: GoGradables

Takeaway & Food Delivery Packaging for Food on the Move

GoGradables has taken the initiative to encourage and maximize the use of eco-friendly products and to make an excellent impact, not just on the environment but also on the minds of the people.  We want to inspire and encourage the population to feel responsible towards the environment. Our Eco-Friendly Bowls are made from Sugarcane Bagasse, […]

Conscious Consumers

21st century consumers care more about sustainable business practices than ever before – Millennials in particular. Sustainable Food Trends have become the Center Of The Plate With Modern Consumers.  Consumer trends are skewing more and more towards being environmentally conscious. As they do, businesses in food service have a great opportunity to capitalize on that […]

Compostable cup for your coffee sound good?

You have bought your  morning cup of coffee, have you thought about where it ends up?   Our GoGradables bagasse coffee cups are compostable.   GoGradables has you covered with all your eco friendly disposable needs. Made from the natural byproduct of sugar cane, bagasse is an organic material that is 100% biodegradable. It looks and feels […]

Sailing towards a Sustainable Future.

Ship with sustainable and ethical, GoGradables eco-friendly food packaging. Looking to make your ship more sustainable? We can help! At GoGradables we provide biodegradable, eco-friendly, and compostable food packaging. Our focus is to create an environmental sustainability which impacts crew, passengers, and those on shore. Our sustainable, biodegradable products reflect our journey towards becoming an environmental […]

What is Bagasse?

What is Bagasse? Bagasse is known as sugarcane pulp, and is a by-product of the sugarcane industry. It is a fibrous extract that is left behind after the juice of the sugarcane plant is harvested. The extract is then used as a renewable resource for the production of paper products and as a fuel by […]

Sugarcane Bagasse Lifecycle

What is Bagasse? How is it used to make plates and bowls? Bagasse is the fibrous material that remains after the juices are removed from sugarcane stalk. The fibrous portion generally becomes a waste product after the juices are separated.  This is where GoGradables makes use of the Bagasse that normally ends up in a […]