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Changya New Material Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2013, and the group is headquartered in Ningbo, China. It is a limited liability company integrating R&D, production and sales. As China Disposable Bowls & Trays Manufacturers and Printed Bowls & Trays Suppliers, the company mainly produces paper PLA & Plastic disposable tableware, such as straw, cutlery, microwaveable box, hinged box, cup, carry out bag, plate, dinning kit, etc.

Changya New Material Technology Co., Ltd. has developed rapidly since its establishment, with a growth rate of over 30% each year, and has now become an enterprise in the field of high-quality disposable food and kitchen supplies in China. Changya products are mainly sold in the international market, and more than 90% of the products are exported to many regions such as Europe, the United States, and Australia. Changya adopts strict quality control standards for its products and has won a variety of international certifications, including BRC, GMP NSF, ISO 22000, and GMP, and it has passed LFGB, FDA, and other food safety tests. At the same time, it is a member of the international human rights organizations BSCI and Sedex. It has wide recognition and a good reputation in the international market.


  • GSV 2023 NB
  • WCA NB 2021
  • WCA Certificate NV2021
  • ISO14000 NB 2020
  • ISO 22000 EN NB
  • HACCP 2023 VN


Disposable Bowls & Trays

What types of materials are disposable bowls and trays typically made of?
The manufacture of disposable bowls and trays involves several types of materials, depending on the product's design, use and manufacturer's preferences. The selection of these materials is not only related to the performance and practicality of the product, but also directly related to environmental protection and sustainability considerations.
One of the common disposable bowl and tray materials is plastic, which includes polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and polystyrene (PS). These plastic materials are often lightweight and strong, making bowls and trays suitable for a variety of uses.
Paperboard and pulp are common paper materials in this category of products. They are relatively environmentally friendly and have relatively little impact on the environment during manufacturing and processing. This choice reflects sustainability and environmental protection considerations and is in line with today's society's growing demand for green production and consumption.

Biodegradable materials are also becoming the first choice for some manufacturers, including corn starch, sucrose crisps, etc. The use of these materials means that at the end of the product's life cycle, they can be more easily degraded by the natural environment, reducing the burden on landfills and oceans.
Cellulosic materials, such as bamboo fiber or bagasse fiber, are also manufacturing options for disposable bowls and trays. These natural cellulose materials are highly degradable, making it easier for the product to integrate into the natural cycle after its useful life.

In some products for specific applications, foam (polystyrene foam) and aluminum foil coatings may be used. These materials provide insulation and cushioning, making bowls and trays more suitable for serving hot food or where heat retention is required.
The choice of materials is not only related to the performance requirements of the product, but also involves sustainability and environmental protection considerations. As environmental awareness continues to increase, more and more manufacturers are working hard to find innovative, sustainable materials to reduce negative impacts on the environment. Within this dynamically changing context, material choices for disposable bowls and trays will continue to be influenced by the shared environmental concerns of consumers, businesses and governments to enable more sustainable ways of producing and dining.
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