The bag is compostable and bio-degradable. It is made mainly from cassava starch and contains zero petroleum-based components, so it won’t break down into microplastics.
It can be used as a replacement for conventional plastic bags to carry dry goods.
Yes, we suggest using it as many times as possible.
Up to 2 years if stored in its original-sealed protective PE packing. Once the PE packing is opened, the shelf life of cassava bags shortens to less than 1 year when stored in ideal storage conditions.
Since the bag is made from natural materials, proper storage is important. Keep the bag in the original packaging when not in use. Store inside a closed container and at a normal room temperature, avoid high humidity and direct contact with sunlight, air conditioner, and water.
Our bags are also able to dissolve in roughly 80 degrees hot water. However, the best end-of-life is to compost. We can compost in our own backyard or simply use the Takakura home composting method. It will take around 180 days to decompose, depending on the condition of the composting setup. In its worst-case scenario, if the bags end up in landfills, they will eventually be bio-degraded in months without harming the environment since the bags don’t contain any plastic.
Absolutely. Whether you want to make it loud or keep it neutral, we can help you customize the bags to bring your brand to life.
The ink is alcohol-based and heavy metal-free.
You can purchase Avani generic cassava bag (non-customized) as small as one pack, or 50-200 pieces depending on the type and size. For custom bags, the MOQ is from 10.000 pieces depending on bag specification.
Yes, we do ship worldwide. Please find our international sales representative’s contact information on the ‘contact’ page.
Yes, please contact our sales representative for further assistance For domestic sales, please email firstname.lastname@example.org For international sales, please email email@example.com