The biodegradable lunch box is a relatively advanced environmental protection product.
It uses starch as the main raw material, adds annual plant fiber powder and special additives, and undergoes chemical and physical treatment to make a biodegradable snack box. Since starch is a biodegradable natural polymer, it is decomposed into glucose under the action of microorganisms, and finally into water and carbon dioxide. In addition, the material blended with it is also a fully degradable material, so it can be said that it has no impact on the environment. The main source of raw starch production can be corn, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava and other annual plants. Naturally, most of the raw materials for biodegradable production are food crops, which can completely replace the foam lunch box without any pollution to the environment.