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Go Green is acustomer-focused,quality-drivenprofessional supplier ofeco food packaging/foodservice disposables, specializing in sugarcane bagasse tableware and paper food packaging products. Our wide range of eco food packaging products enables us to offerone-stop solutionsfor numerous customers worldwide. From its inception, our vision has beento develop and provide value to all we serve, and tobe an advisor for each of our clients, providing accessible and innovative solutions in food packaging to meet specific market needs. We’ve committed to make things easier for our clients and provide added value to their business – and it’s visible in everything we do.LEARN MORE
Why Choose Us?
We are not “just” a supplier. We aim at building strategic, long-term business relationship with our clients. Achieving growth together is a fundamental principle for us.
Eco Food Packaging
We have an elite R & D team for in-house design and prototype development. Our rich industrial experience and expertise allow us to provide premium quality products with high-cost performance for our clients.
We make sourcing easier for you by offering one-stop sourcing solutions for your needs of eco food packaging disposables and eliminate unnecessary costs.
One of the ways we contribute to our clients' success is by sharing our product and market knowledge and expertise. Instead of the traditional mechanical Asks & Answers, we take the initiative to provide professional advice for you.
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100% Compostable Plastic-Free Paper Wrapper for Wooden Cutlery!
We supply disposable wooden cutlery kits with plastic-free, lamination-free paper wrappers. Both the wooden cutlery and the wrapper are 100% compostable, a great eco-friendly alternative for plastic cutlery kits.
CPLA Cutlery VS PSM Cutlery: What is the Difference?
CPLA cutlery and PSM cutlery are bioplastic cutlery, can be considered green alternatives for plastic cutlery. CPLA cutlery is made from renewable plant resources, and 100% compostable. PSM cutlery is made from a hybrid material of plant starch and plastic filler.