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Compostable YAMA

Compostable YAMA

YAMAcane



The use of products made from sugar-cane fibre in disposable cutlery is a very elegant solution as they most closely resemble their non-environmentally-friendly counterparts. When sugar cane is produced, a large amount of sugar is left over as a readily available by-product of the sugar extraction process, consisting of hard fibres. Previously incinerated, it has now been found to be a valuable source of biomass. Fun fact: Processing one sugar-cane fibre is sufficient for the production of almost 50 disposable bowls.
YAMAcane
YAMApalm

YAMApalm



One of the raw materials of the high quality, aesthetic products that we offer, it is basically a by-product of oil palm plantations, namely the leaves that fall from the trees. These leaves used to be incinerated as they were considered unusable. However, having been cleaned and manufactured, they are used to produce bowls that are free of synthetic preservatives and have an entirely natural, yet exclusive finish. Fun fact: The freshly fallen and collected oil palm leaves are cleaned with a mixture of water and turmeric.

YAMAwood & YAMAcell



Cellulose, as a raw material, is naturally available in almost inexhaustible quantities worldwide. Cellulose is the most abundant organic material on earth and is produced from wood, making it a major contributor towards the perfect management of forests. Controlled logging allows forests to breathe, making room for replanting. YAMA products made of cellulose have a special natural starch based coating. Fun fact: Cotton wool and paper are almost entirely composed of cellulose.
YAMAwood & YAMAcell
YAMAliner & YAMAshopper

YAMAliner & YAMAshopper



Europe currently has a surplus of starch. Most shopping bags end up in landfills, which does nothing to curb the rapid generation of waste. Starch-based YAMAliner garbage bags and YAMAshopper bags are made of breathable material, extremely durable and hard to tear, so can be reused. Fun fact: The compostability of a packaging material can be verified by finding the standard number EN 13432 on it.
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