Consumers should pay attention to six points when buying disposable plastic tableware
01 Mar 2021
Consumers should pay attention to six points when buying disposable plastic tableware In recent years, the disposable fast food boxes on the market have shifted from foam lunch boxes to environmentally friendly lunch boxes. The original foam lunch boxes are not resistant to high temperatures and the production process causes damage to the environment. Wooden lunch boxes, degradable lunch boxes... etc. Among them, plastic has become the mainstream material for manufacturing disposable fast food boxes because of its low toxicity, high melting point, strong plasticity, easy production and relatively low cost. Such as PP plastic lunch box, PP refers to polypropylene, which has excellent mechanical and thermal properties, and is especially suitable for packaging applications for heating meals. PS polystyrene is hard and brittle, non-toxic and tasteless, especially suitable for frozen food packaging such as pastries or salads. When consumers buy and use disposable plastic tableware produc...
How to distinguish the quality of disposable plastic tableware?
22 Feb 2021
How to distinguish the quality of disposable plastic tableware? How to distinguish the quality of disposable tableware in life has become an issue of concern to everyone. 1. Plastic lunch box Inferior disposable plastics are added with a large amount of industrial grade calcium carbonate, talcum powder, paraffin and other toxic and harmful materials, posing a direct threat to the health of users. Counterfeit environmentally friendly plastic lunch boxes are soft and fragile, smell pungent and choking, and are easily deformed when heated; counterfeit pulp lunch boxes have serious oil and water seepage phenomena; there is no factory name, no trademark, and no production date on the packaging boxes and lunch boxes. 2. Convenient chopsticks In order to reduce costs, illegal traders use low-quality wood to make chopsticks and use sulfur fumigation and bleaching. When eating with this kind of chopsticks, the residual sulfur dioxide enters the body. Disposable plastic table...
How to choose and identify plastic tableware
18 Feb 2021
How to choose and identify plastic tableware When shopping for plastic tableware, first look at whether the logo is complete, and secondly look at the product. The surface of the product should be smooth, free of stains, impurities, scratches, cracks, etc., no discoloration, fading, and smell for pungent odors. The most important thing is to look at the product identification. This standard stipulates that the product must be marked with the manufacturer’s name or trademark, material, and temperature. If the product has requirements such as heat-resistant water, not suitable for microwave ovens, and no contact with oil, it is also It should be marked, "This time the standard is clear, if it is not marked, it will be deemed usable." There are many varieties of tableware for microwave ovens, but the labels are different. Some indicate the use temperature and method of use, some only indicate the use temperature, and some do not indicate the use temperature or any instructions. Gu...
Precautions for buying disposable plastic tableware
01 Feb 2021
Precautions for purchasing disposable plastic tableware It is necessary to see if there is information such as QS mark, production license number, manufacturer, production address, etc., to improve product quality assurance. To observe the triangle symbol on the bottom of the plastic tableware, the numbers in the triangle frame range from 1 to 7, and each number represents a different category. "05" stands for PP plastic tableware, "06" stands for PS foam lunch box. You should see the type of plastic tableware and use it under the correct conditions to avoid safety issues. Look at the packaging. Choose well-packaged products, pay attention to the production date and shelf life, try to choose products within the shelf life to prevent bacteria and mold; look at the appearance. To buy disposable plastic tableware with a smooth surface and uniform color, try to choose colorless and transparent products without decorative patterns. It should be observed whether the surface of the tab...
Disposable plastic tableware safety distinction
25 Jan 2021
Disposable plastic tableware safety distinction Every plastic product has a triangle with an arrow at the bottom, which is a "recycled" sign. There are Arabic numerals from 1-7, and the difference in Arabic numerals represents the different properties and different uses of this plastic material. It's like the identification of plastic products. The number "1" means that the material of the plastic is PET, that is, polyethylene terephthalate, common mineral water bottles, carbonated beverage bottles, etc., heat-resistant to 70°C, easy to deform, and dissolve harmful substances to the human body; use After 10 months, the carcinogen DEHP may be released; it cannot be placed in the car in the sun, and it cannot be filled with alcohol or oil. The bottle with this logo can no longer be filled with water after use, please throw it in the recyclable trash can and let it be recycled. The number "2" means that the plastic material is HDPE, which is commonly used as packaging bot...
On the safety of disposable plastic tableware
18 Jan 2021
Do you often use disposable plastic tableware when eating out? For example, use plastic cups to drink tea or drinks, and use disposable plastic bowls for meals when you take out or pack them? Have you ever wondered whether there will be harmful substances in plastic when you use these for hot water and greasy meals? Migrate to food, and then eat into our stomachs? Let's do a test. Test items: The country has standards for food contact plastics, that is, GB 4806.7-2016 "Plastic Materials and Products for Food Contact", which stipulates the following physical and chemical indicators: 1 Total migration Plastics used in contact with food may have various harmful substances (mainly plasticizers, antioxidants, stabilizers, etc.) migrate into the food. This project is to soak in various food simulants and evaporate and dry the soaking liquid. , Get the total amount of non-volatile matter migrated from the sample to the soaking solution. For the plastic cup, the simulant we use is 10%...