When it comes to disposable tableware, most people think of plastic, but we all know that there are many types of disposable tableware. Especially disposable wooden trays
- Save time and money
If you have a restaurant, bar, catering or any other business related to the hospitality industry, a great way to save your staff time and costs (water and electricity) is to use disposable cutlery.
With disposable wooden utensils, you can ensure that people who previously only had to wash dishes can now do other things all the time. A new reality emerges without having to worry about time-consuming tasks like washing, drying, polishing, etc.
Not only that, but you’ll save a lot of water, cleaning products, and a lot of electricity by having to use the dishwasher more than once.
- Original exquisite design of the restaurant
One of the great advantages of disposable wooden trays is that they are different, original and eye-catching. When we see a plate of food, its packaging and presentation are the first things that grab our attention, and if it comes to our eyes first, we want to eat it even more. Plus, it’s your restaurant’s show card, and when your customers remember your place, they’ll always remember them.
Social networking allows us to share everything, and one of the things we share the most is the food on our plates. Disposable wooden trays are most commonly used in vegan and eco-friendly restaurants, but are also increasingly being used by restaurants due to their popularity.
This is due to the wide variety of restaurants and the plethora of options to choose from, and more and more consumers are looking for good products, but presented in an original way. So one of the great advantages of disposable wooden plates is that they can make a difference in your food presentation compared to a mediocre presentation, keeping you on the cutting edge.
- Protect the environment with disposable wooden trays
The great thing about disposable plates is that they are made from natural birch wood and are biodegradable. This means that in nature, they can only be decomposed with the help of biological agents such as the sun, water, animals and plants. This makes waste management more efficient and does not harm our environment.