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Importer of Certified 100% Compostable 100% Biodegradable Plastic Alternative! Corn PLA

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About Bio Degredable Plastic

Located in the heart of Kathmandu, Nepal, Quality Label Nepal Pvt. Ltd. has been a leading source of brand identification to garment and other industries for over a decade. At Quality Label Nepal Pvt. Ltd., We specialize in Woven Labels, Printed Labels, Hang Tags, Zipper Pullers, Leather Patches, Embroidered/Woven Patches, Barcode Sticker, Hologram Sticker, and Metal Labels > — using only the best materials available. Our high standards in yarn denier, design clarity, texture and color satisfy the smallest custom designers to very large garment businesses.

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Undeniable Quality

Located in the heart of Kathmandu, Nepal, Quality Label Nepal Pvt. Ltd. has been a leading source of brand identification to garment and other industries for over a decade. At Quality Label Nepal Pvt. Ltd., We specialize in Woven Labels, Printed Labels, Hang Tags, Zipper Pullers, Leather Patches, Embroidered/Woven Patches, Barcode Sticker, Hologram Sticker, and Metal Labelsbusing only the best materials available. Our high standards in yarn denier, design clarity, texture and color satisfy the smallest custom designers to very large garment businesses.

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What are We Made of

Corn starch pla products explained:

As the name implies, corn starch biodegradable & compostable products are made from corn starch. PLA (polyactic acid) is typically made from the sugars in corn starch (as is the case with Bonnie Bio’s certified compostable & biodegradable plastic alternatives range), cassava or sugarcane. It is biodegradable, carbon-neutral and edible. To transform corn into plastic, corn kernels are immersed in sulfur dioxide and hot water, where its components break down into starch, protein, and fiber. The starch is comprised of long chains of carbon molecules, similar to the carbon chains in plastic from fossil fuels. Biodegradable plastics take three to six months to decompose fully. That’s much quicker than synthetic counterparts that can take several hundred years. Exactly how long a biodegradable product takes to break down depends on various factors, such as temperature, the amount of moisture and oxygen present.