RootsBiopack- Using Renewable Agricultural Waste as Resource

Product Overview

100 percent biodegradable and “non-genetically modified organism” materials, which are free from genetically-altered materials make up Biopack products.  Biopack’s products are produced from agricultural waste such as straw,Bagasse, wheat stalk, reed, and bamboo). Biopack’s products are  natural, renewable materials that would otherwise be considered waste. The raw materials we  use leave environmental footprints which regenerate very quickly and abundantly in nature. Unlike bio-plastic products made out of  corn starch or papers, which contribute to consumption, eventually, driving up prices of these commodities, encouraging deforestation. Biopack’s  products recycling system are truly environmentally and socially conscious.


What is bagasse? Bagasse is the agricultural waste that remains after sugar cane stalks are processed for their juices. Up until a few years ago, sugar mills had to pay to have this excess “bio-waste” removed and disposed of.

Biopack’s products are 100 percent biodegradable and compostable. Biodegradability is the capability in decomposition by biological agents such as microorganisms, plants, and animals. Compostability is the capability of  biological decomposition in a compost site (such as a home or industrial compost) so the material breaks down at a rate consistent with known compostable materials as carbon dioxide, water, inorganic compounds, and biomass.

Along with being environmentally friendly, Biopack’s products are  the highest quality in the industry being measured by its technical and hygienic standards. Biopack  wide range of products differentiate in categories, applications, sizes, and shapes. Along with its broad range of existing products, Biopack is dedicated to developing new ways to meet its clients’ packaging needs while staying on the cusp of the innovative frontier.

The  two main categories Biopack’s products are classified into:

  • (1) Food packing products (i.e., retail food packaging and food catering products)
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  • (2) Industrial packing products (i.e., packaging for electronic goods, medical supplies, paint trays, shoe inserts, etc.)