Dalian Huaying Yada Wood Co., Ltd is located in Yingcheng Dalian China ,the leading manufacturer of wooden disposable items for food and household consumers,you will be welcomed to visit our factory to build a long-term business relationship with us.
we procude a wide of wooden disposable knife,fork , spoon, chip fork, toothpicks, paper and cello wrapped toothpics, and also wooden coffee stirrer, wooden ice cream sticks, wooden and bamboo skewers, wooden and bamboo chopaticks, wooden plate, tray, sandwich pick, wooden tongue depressor, manicure sticks, wooden peg and golf tee, etc.
Advanced machinery and equipment, excellent environment of the workshop warehouse, high-quality workers, excellent service team, is committed to high-quality products!
1. OEM is acceptable
2. Low Factory Price
3. Samples can be offered before you place the order
4. 4-color-printing and hot stamping can be customized
5. Products have been inspection before shipping out by our QC department
6. Fast Feedback when we got your inquiry
7. Rapid delivery
8. 24-hour online
Q: What kind of wood is the cutlery made out of ? A: It's made from birch. Birch is a hardwood that is attractive and doesn't split or splinter very easily.
Q: Are there any coatings or chemicals on the cutlery ? A: No. Just birch wood. Nothing else.
Q: Can I use the cutlery more than once ? A: Well, maybe. You may in some cases find opportunities to use the cutlery more than once, but our cutlery is intended to be used only once.
Q: How long does it take to decompose ? A: The amount of time depends largely on where and how it is disposed of. If conditions are ideal, the cutlery could completely decompose in about 80 days. In drier conditions it could take much longer. Tests are currently being conducted and we will post the results when they are completed.
Q: Can I put the cutlery in my compost ?
A: Absolutely. In fact, we encourage it. But keep in mind that adding hundreds of pieces to small composts will greatly slow down the time it will take to decompose. We recommend using larger composts along with your regular compost material for better results.
Q: Don't you have to cut down trees to make the cutlery ?
A: Yes, but the wood is only taken from plantation forests that are harvested sustainably. The birch trees taken from these forests were planted for the purpose of harvesting and are being harvested for at least a second time. This means that only as much wood is allowed to be taken from the area as can grow back in the same time. The trees are re-planted immediately with the purpose of harvesting them again.