Universal Biopack is an innovative and eco-friendly solution offering plant-based, compostable food packaging. Its products are designed to offer a sustainable alternative to the plastic and styrofoam takeout containers that proliferate landfills.
Using the technology developed by Bangkok University, UBPack replaces plastic materials with compostable ones, such as bamboo and cassava scraps — a byproduct of chopstick production. Unlike plastic bags and styrofoam boxes, these natural materials enable the waste to organically decompose, thus benefiting the natural ecosystem by adding nutrients to the soil.
UBPack products have a beautiful earthy tone and a rigid foam-like structure thanks to its crop-based ingredients. They offer a wide range of products such as bowls, trays, cups, plates, meal boxes, and kitchen utensils in various sizes and designs.
UBPack is Plant-Based Packaging Made from Starch and Plant Cellulose
1. Plant-based Packaging - The rise of plant-based packaging materials such as bamboo and cassava scraps presents opportunities for eco-friendly alternatives to plastic packaging.
2. Compostable Packaging - Compostable food packaging, like the one offered by UBPack, can be an innovative and eco-friendly solution that reduces waste and benefits the natural ecosystem through decomposition and nutrient addition.
3. Crop-based Packaging - Crop-based ingredients like starch and plant cellulose offer a new frontier of eco-conscious packaging and can open up new opportunities for businesses looking to invest in sustainable packaging solutions.
1. Food Packaging - Food packaging companies can leverage new plant-based and compostable materials to create sustainable packaging products that cater to eco-conscious consumers and address plastic waste challenges.
2. Restaurant Industry - With the increasing demand for eco-friendly options, restaurants can switch to compostable food packaging to reduce their carbon footprint and appeal to environmentally conscious diners.
3. Retail and Consumer Goods - Retail companies selling consumer goods can benefit from investing in compostable and crop-based packaging to cater to the growing demand for sustainable, earth-friendly products.