Renewable source, Compostable UE 2019/904
The fiber of sugarcane or bagasse is the waste of cane sugar production: this fibrous waste is what remains after the juice has been extracted from the sugar cane stalks.
Bagasse has a high level of cellulose, approximately 50%, more than wood.
It looks like paper and is usually white.
A great benefit of this material is its availability. The sugarcane is
a natural resource that is renewable annually, is a fast growing crop; It can be harvested after only six months. Up to 50 disposable plates can be made from the residues of the stem of a sugar cane. Bagasse represents approximately 30% of the total amount of sugarcane that is processed.