PLA, a lactic acid polymer, is produced from fermented biomass. 

We use this fantastic building block for our bio-plastic products. They are made from a renewable natural raw material, which results in lower CO2 emissions than oil-based plastics, as well as being biodegradable and compostable – according to the European EN13432 standard. Our bio-plastics are also recyclable under specific conditions.
Pure PLA applications, mostly transparent, are only suitable for cold applications. Converted PLA or C-PLA, usually pigmented, are suitable for cold and hot applications. 


Bagasse, the residual fibers from sugar cane production, used to be considered a waste product and incinerated. In recent years, however, it has been utilised as a raw material in the production of various catering materials and packaging. Bagasse products are suitable for liquid, cold and hot applications. 

These natural fibers are, of course, completely compostable. 

Paper, cardboard and cellulose

Cellulose, as the main constituents of plants, is also the basic component of paper and cardboard. Due to its elastic nature, high temperature resistance and waterproofness, it is very suitable for food packaging. Cellulose can take many forms, so it can be used to coat products, or to obtain a hermetic seal.

Paper, cardboard and cellulose are a powerful biological team!


Wood can be a sturdy and reliable alternative to plastic and does not need to compromise on design, diversity and user-friendliness in doing so. By applying a safe coating, these products are splinter-free.

Take the step to a greener world

Take a look at our range of ecological products.