Tag Archives: Bagasse

Celebrate World Oceans Day with GoGradables: Make a Change for a Sustainable Future

As World Oceans Day approaches on June 8th, it’s essential to recognize the critical role oceans play in our ecosystem and the severe threats they face, particularly from plastic pollution. At GoGradables, we are dedicated to promoting sustainability through our eco-friendly products. This year, we highlight how our products—Bagasse, Areca Palm, and Kraft Paper—can contribute […]

Crafting a Sustainable Future: The Essence of Kraft Paper Food Packaging by GoGradables

In a world on the quest for sustainable alternatives, the allure of Kraft paper transcends its rustic charm. At GoGradables, we applaud the eco-friendly marvel of Kraft paper food packaging—a choice that not only enhances your culinary experience but also makes a positive impact on the environment. The Craftsmanship of Sustainability Beyond Aesthetics: Biodegradable Brilliance: […]

The Global Impact of Switching to Eco-Friendly Tableware: How Bagasse and Areca Palm Leaf Products Make a Difference.

When it comes to running a food business, choosing the right tableware is crucial. Not only does it impact the overall experience of the customers, but it also has a significant impact on the environment. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for eco-friendly tableware options, and that’s where bagasse and areca palm […]

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 […]