28oz Rectangular Sugarcane Container (Base Only) - 300 Pcs



Material: Sugarcane
Dimension (inch): 6″ x 9″ x 1.75″
Capacity: 28oz
Color: Natural
Case pack: 300

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Rectangular sugarcane container (base only) meets the growing demand for eco-friendly, durable, and versatile storage solutions across various sectors. 

Whether you're managing a household, an enterprise, a hospital, a restaurant, a retail store, an entertainment site, or a warehouse, this sugarcane container is the perfect addition to your storage arsenal.

About the Product

This sugarcane container (base only) is crafted from premium-quality sugarcane fibres, making it an eco-conscious alternative to traditional plastic containers. This base-only option provides flexibility for customized storage solutions so you can pair it with compatible lids, dividers, and accessories to suit your specific needs.

Product Details



Crafted from high-quality sugarcane fibres. This container is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic options. 

Dimensions (inch)

Measuring 6" x 9" x 1.75", this is designed to accommodate many items while maintaining a compact form factor. 


With a generous 28oz capacity, this container is ideal for storing food, household items, office supplies, and more.


The natural hue of the sugarcane fibres adds simplicity and elegance to your storage setup. 

Case Pack

Each order includes 300 containers. Provides you with an abundance of eco-friendly storage options. 



Made from rapidly renewable sugarcane fibres, our container is fully biodegradable and compostable, reducing environmental impact.

Durable and Sturdy

The durable construction ensures the container provides a long-lasting storage solution.


The base-only design allows you to tailor the container to your requirements. Add lids for secure closure, dividers for organized storage, or stack multiple containers for space efficiency.


Suitable for storing food and household items to organizing supplies in commercial and industrial settings.

Easy to Clean

The smooth surface of the container makes cleaning a breeze, ensuring hygiene and safety in various environments.


Household Management

Enhance your home organization with our sugarcane container. Use it in the kitchen to store dry goods, in the closet for clothing and accessories, or in the garage for tools and equipment. The customizable design creates a tailored storage system that fits seamlessly into your lifestyle.

Commercial and Industrial

From warehouses to manufacturing facilities, this container is a game-changer. Stack them for efficient use of space, use dividers to categorize items, and choose lids for secure storage. The durable construction ensures that these containers can handle the demands of a busy commercial or industrial environment.


In healthcare settings, organization and hygiene are paramount. Our sugarcane container is ideal for storing medical supplies, linens, or other essentials. Its eco-friendly nature aligns with healthcare institutions' commitment to sustainability.


Upgrade your kitchen storage with our sugarcane container. Perfect for storing dry ingredients, utensils, or even prepped ingredients, these containers offer a versatile and eco-friendly solution for restaurants of all sizes.

Retail Stores

Create an aesthetically pleasing and organized display in your retail space with our sugarcane containers. From showcasing merchandise to neatly storing inventory, these containers are a practical choice.

Entertainment Sites

Whether it's a catering event or a festival, our containers are up to the challenge. Use them to transport and store food, supplies, or event materials while contributing to a more sustainable event.


Efficiently manage your warehouse space by utilizing our stackable and customizable containers. With the ability to add dividers and secure lids, you can create a system that streamlines your storage processes.

Brief History of Sugarcane Production

The word sugarcane or 'bagasse' comes from the French word 'bagage,' meaning waste. Originally, it referred to leftovers from pressing olives, palm nuts, and grapes, but now it exclusively means residue from sugarcane.

One major use of bagasse is in making paper. Clarence Birdsong discovered this method in a Peruvian sugar mill ('Hacienda Paramonga'). The idea proved successful, leading to testing on an industrial scale in a New Jersey paper mill in 1937. The first paper machines for this process were designed in Germany in 1938.

In 1950, the 'Noble & Wood Machine Company' demonstrated the first successful commercial production of newsprint from bagasse. This breakthrough was significant for countries without easy access to wood fibres due to their climates. By 2015, the Paramonga sugar mill had produced 90,000 metric tonnes of paper using the bagasse process.

Order Rectangular Sugarcane Container (Base Only)

Elevate your storage game with the rectangular sugarcane container (base only). Join the sustainability movement while enjoying the durability and versatility of this eco-friendly storage solution. Shop now and experience a new era in storage innovation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Is Sugarcane Fiber Produced?

Producing sugarcane fibre is a simple process that involves the following steps:

  1. Sugarcane stalks are harvested, and their juice and nutrients are extracted, leaving behind bagasse fibres.
  2. The bagasse fibres are finely blended with water. This creates a pulp similar to wood pulp in consistency.
  3. Pressure and heat transform and shape the pulp into various products.

The resulting bagasse has a plant polymer makeup, including:

  • 45%–55% Cellulose
  • 20%–25% Hemicellulose
  • 18%–25% Lignin (a complex organic polymer)
  • 1%–4% Ash
  • Extra Waxes <1%

Can It Withstand Hot or Cold Temperatures?

Yes, these containers are designed to handle a range of temperatures, suitable for hot and cold food items. They are microwave and freezer-safe, offering versatility in storing and serving various dishes.

How Long Does It Take for the Container To Break Down in Compost?

The exact time for composting can vary, but generally, these containers are designed to break down efficiently within a few weeks in a composting environment. This contributes to a reduction in environmental impact.

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