Manufacturing of Biodegradable Tableware from Corn Starch (Maize Starch, or Corn Flour)

Profitable Business Ideas- Biodegradable Tableware

Biodegradable tableware, as the name suggests, are fully compostable and biodegradable; hence, they are widely used globally in order to reduce plastic waste and greenhouse emissions, such as methane emissions. This type of tableware can be made from sugarcane bagasse, bamboo, paper pulp, and other disposable material. These tableware are superior in strength and are environment friendly. Biodegradable tableware include food containers and tableware such as bowls, plates, cups and meal trays, which decompose within 30 to 60 days after being discarded.

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The meaning of biodegradable is straightforward a thing that can separate into natural elements in nature without causing any harm. A biodegradable material can separate rapidly as opposed to taking a long span. It deserts nothing destructive and spares landfill space. Items that can biodegrade in the nature or at home manure loads may not biodegrade at the landfills, where there is insufficiency of microorganisms, water, and light to move on the procedure along.

 

 

 

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Market Outlook

Biodegradable tableware is becoming a growing trend and is being used globally in order to reduce plastic waste as well as greenhouse emissions. Biodegradable tableware includes food containers and tableware such as bowls, plates, cups and meal trays that can decompose within months of being discarded. Packaging waste has been observed to be a significant part of municipal solid waste and has caused increasing environmental concern. Current packaging solutions such as oil-based polymers are virtually non-biodegradable. Some packaging solutions are also difficult to recycle or even reuse. However, consumer behavior towards the use of biodegradable cutlery could be a challenge for the market, the cost of biodegradable tableware is very high as compared to conventional cutlery and crockery. Thus, the high cost of biodegradable tableware might hamper the market. The Global Biodegradable Tableware Market was valued at USD 2,754.9 Million in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 4,355.1 Million by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.01% from 2019 to 2026.

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The global biodegradable tableware market can be segmented based on material, product type, distribution channel, and region. Based on material, the biodegradable tableware market can be classified into paper, bagasse, bamboo, palm leaf, wheat bran, and others (wheat, straw, paper pulp, etc.). In terms of product type, the global biodegradable tableware market can be divided into cups, plates, bowls, silverware, and others (straws and stirrers, flatware, etc.). Based on distribution channel, the market can be bifurcated into online and offline [large format stores, (hypermarkets, supermarkets, departmental stores), specialty stores, small retail stores].

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Biodegradable tableware is fully compostable and made from natural materials, such as corn starch, sugarcane pulp, bamboo, fallen paper, rice husk, palm leaves, and recycled paper. Biodegradable tableware products are considered an eco-friendly alternative to traditional disposable tableware products.

The major benefits provided by biodegradable tableware products include easy composting, energy-efficient, made from sustainable and renewable base material, non-toxic to health, safe for kids, and reduce water pollution and landfill mass.

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The global biodegradable cutlery market is currently experiencing a healthy growth. Biodegradable cutlery refers to compostable tableware that is manufactured using all-natural materials, such as agricultural residues, palm leaves, bamboo, bagasse and cornstarch-based polylactic acid (PLA) plastic. Reusable spoons, knives, forks, straws, stirrers and flatware are the most common variants available in the market. In comparison to plastic- and petroleum-based products, these utensils cause minimal pollution, use lesser energy and produce negligible waste. They release nutrients into the soil upon breakdown, owing to which the utensils can either be stored for future use or converted into compost to improve the quality of farm produce.

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Top Key Players Included: Biotrem, Georgia-Pacific, DOpla SpA, Huhtamaki, Natural Tableware, Pactiv LLC, PAPSTAR GmbH, SOLIA, Eco-Products, Inc, Al Bayader International, Dart Container Corporation, Reynolds Consumer Products, Dinearth, Yash Pakka Limited, Cosmos Eco Friends, Visfortec, Xiamen Greenday Import & Export Co., Ltd., Pappco Greenware, among other domestic and global players.