There is an English proverb that have a cake and eat it too Recent World Food India in the curtain raiser, The Hon`ble Food Processing Minister Mrs Harsimrat Kaur Badal Had given the idea of No wastage of Food and do not leave balance in the plate. So, if you do not want to keep the remains of the food in the plate, then you can eat the plate along with in a recent development in Polan.
Biotrem’s disposable products, made from wheat bran, are an excellent alternative to any disposable tableware, i.e. made from paper or plastic, which production and utilisation is burdensome to the environment.
Our production process does not require significant amounts of water, or mineral resources, or chemical compounds. From 1 ton of pure, edible wheat bran we can produce up to 10,000 units of plates or bowls.
What’s more important, our products are fully biodegradable – through composting – in just 30 days!
Our technologies are protected by numerous international patents.
We design and develop – in cooperation with many Polish R&D centers – enginery used in our manufacturing facility.
Clean, environmentally friendly technological process of manufacturing of disposable wheat bran tableware is based on natural raw materials – wheat bran and small amounts of water. The rest is done by high pressure and high temperature.
Biotrem’s wheat bran tableware production process was invented by Mr. Jerzy Wysocki, whose family’s milling traditions date back to the beginning of the twentieth century.
Biotrem’s modern and booming production facility offers a wide range of fully biodegradable tableware and cutlery produced from natural and edible wheat bran.
Biotrem’s disposable wheat bran tableware is suitable for serving hot and cold meals. It can be safely used in classic ovens or microwave ovens.
Biotrem`s products are robust and stable – you can comfortably and safely use them at home, on a picnic, in the bar, during the open-air even or in the restaurant.
Since the plates and bowls are made from clean edible wheat bran, you can safely bite them.
Festival grounds no longer have to be left strewn with plastic disposable plates and rubbish bags. The Polish company, Biotrem has developed edible plates using wheat bran. So, these plates are not only good for the environment but also ensures you ingest more fibre.
The wheat is heated under high pressure and then moulded into the required shape. This results in a sturdy plate that you can eat from during your meal and eat after your meal.