Eco-friendly compartment trays In cafeterias, buffets, and airlines, compartment trays are used to help customers create a full meal from multiple options. Customers enjoy mixing and matching from each place to create a meal that more accurately reflects their tastes. Having several compartments allows them to keep their food options separate. This works especially well for buffets since they can offer more options in a smaller space. Buffets, cafeterias, and some restaurants offer small selections that fit well on compartment trays. PacknWood has eco-friendly compartment trays you can add to your cafeteria or buffet.

Our compartment trays are made out of eco-friendly sugarcane with three compartments for easy organization. There are also options that you can customize. Sugarcane is a renewable resource that is both biodegradable and compostable. The white finish for these trays helps them stand out as most places use dense plastics in primary colors. We also have lids available for our eco-friendly sugarcane compartment trays. We use PE plastic to make the lids for a strong and secure seal.

PacknWood is a leader in providing eco-friendly restaurant supplies in the food service industry. We partner with manufacturers that are committed to reducing food waste and protecting the environment. By integrating eco-friendly sugarcane trays and eco-friendly plastic lids into your cafeteria services, your restaurant can reduce its impact on the environment. Many customers are actively looking for companies that implement environmentally conscious initiatives into their operations. You can draw in an eco-conscious customer base while providing high-quality eco- friendly trays.

At PacknWood, we strive to make the transition to eco-friendly restaurant supplies as easy as possible. Give our office a call at (201) 604-3840 or send us a message there is an available 24- hour chat service to reach one of our customer service specialists. They will help you find the right products from our catalog for your restaurant services.

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