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1.Can you custom print our logo on the Paper Cup, Paper Soup Cups, Ice Cream Cups,Paper Bags or takeout boxes?

Yes, of course. We could print your logo or brand on these products.

2.How many days can i get takeout boxes samples?

Off-the-shelf samples: 3 days
Custom printing samples: 7-10 working days after your artwork has been confirmed.

3.What is your mimimum order quantity(MOQ)?

Most custom printing logo products’ MOQ: 50000pcs each size each printing.

Paper Bag: MOQ:10000pcs each size each printing

4.What is your shipping port?

Ningbo Port or Shanghai port.

5.What is the lead time?

Generally 25-30days after artworks or samples has been confirmed.

6.How can I get the accurate prices?

Please send your inquiry to info@ganyuanpak.com or contact whatsapp 008618767164078, we will contact you ASAP.

7.Are paper cups recyclable?

Yes, paper cups are recyclable, but not all recycling facilities accept them due to their polyethylene lining. The polyethylene lining helps to keep liquids from seeping through the paper, but it also makes it difficult to recycle the cups.

However, many recycling programs are now accepting paper cups for recycling, and there are also specialized facilities that can separate the paper from the polyethylene lining and recycle each material separately. It is important to check with your local recycling program to see if they accept paper cups, and if so, whether they require the cups to be clean and free of any food or drink residue.

In addition, using reusable cups and containers is the most eco-friendly option, as it reduces the amount of waste generated and the resources used in manufacturing disposable cups.

8.Can you microwave paper cups?

It is generally not recommended to microwave paper cups, especially if they are coated with a plastic lining, as this can cause the cup to release harmful chemicals into the food or drink. The heat generated by the microwave can also cause the cup to weaken or break down, which can lead to spills or burns, or even cause fire.
If you need to heat up liquids in a disposable cup, it is best to transfer the contents to a microwave-safe container first, such as a glass or ceramic mug. Alternatively, you can use a reusable, microwave-safe travel mug or container that is designed to withstand the heat generated by the microwave.
It is important to always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using any type of disposable cup or container in the microwave, and to use caution when handling hot liquids to avoid burns or spills.

9.Can you microwave paper takeout boxes?

Not all paper takeout boxes are microwave safe.

If paper takeout boxes are lined with PE film or PLA compostable film,it is generally not recommended to microwave paper takeout boxes because they are not designed to withstand the high temperatures and moisture generated by the microwave. The paper and glue used in the boxes can release chemicals and fumes, which can be harmful to your health.

If paper takeout boxes are lined with PP film, you can put chinese takeout box in microwave.

If you need to reheat food in a takeout box, it is better to transfer it to a microwave-safe container first. Glass, ceramic, and plastic containers are good options for this purpose, as long as they are microwave-safe and do not contain any metallic or non-microwaveable components. It is also important to cover the container with a microwave-safe lid or wrap to prevent splatters and retain moisture during heating.

10.Are paper cups compostable?

The compostability of a paper cup depends on the materials used in its production. As a general rule, paper cups that are made from biodegradable and compostable materials, such as plant-based bio-plastics or recycled paper with a lining made of plant-based materials, can be composted.

Plant-based bio-plastics, for example, are made from renewable resources like corn starch, sugarcane fiber, or potato starch. These materials are biodegradable and compostable, meaning that they can break down naturally in a composting facility.

Similarly, recycled paper cups with a lining made of plant-based materials like PLA (polylactic acid) or PBAT (polybutylene adipate terephthalate) are also compostable. These plant-based materials are derived from renewable resources, and they break down along with the paper in a composting facility.

However, not all paper cups are compostable. Some paper cups are coated with a layer of plastic or wax, which makes them unable to break down in a composting facility. Plastic-coated paper cups can take hundreds of years to decompose, which makes them unsuitable for composting.

It’s essential to check the packaging label or manufacturer information to confirm if a paper cup is compostable. If you’re unsure, it’s best to dispose of the cup in the regular trash or recycling bin to prevent contamination of the composting process.

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