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Why choose coffee husk dinnerware?

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Nowadays, environmental problems are becoming more and more serious, and people often discuss how to save energy and reduce emissions. The discussion was intense, but it was not easy to act. For many people who drink coffee every day, more than 1.48 million tons of coffee bean shell waste is generated every year worldwide. Although these shells can be used as fertilizer, most of them are still dumped, causing environmental pollution.


 
And the current status of the coffee industry is that the income of coffee farmers after hard work is not optimistic. The current size of the global coffee industry is about 100 billion US dollars, and it is constantly expanding. However, as the second most traded commodity in the world, its huge profits are basically irrelevant to farmers. Due to the impact of climate change, the coffee-growing areas in the next 20 to 30 years will be significantly reduced. In addition, extreme weather may pose greater challenges for coffee farmers.

 
In order to solve the above problems, bamboo fiber coffee husk tableware has gradually entered the market, using coffee shell and bamboo to extract plant fibers and mixing to make tableware. The recycling of coffee shell waste can also increase the income of coffee farmers at the same time, which is loved by everyone!

Nowadays, environmental problems are becoming more and more serious, and people often discuss how to save energy and reduce emissions. The discussion was intense, but it was not easy to act. For many people who drink coffee every day, more than 1.48 million tons of coffee bean shell waste is generated every year worldwide. Although these shells can be used as fertilizer, most of them are still dumped, causing environmental pollution.


 
And the current status of the coffee industry is that the income of coffee farmers after hard work is not optimistic. The current size of the global coffee industry is about 100 billion US dollars, and it is constantly expanding. However, as the second most traded commodity in the world, its huge profits are basically irrelevant to farmers. Due to the impact of climate change, the coffee-growing areas in the next 20 to 30 years will be significantly reduced. In addition, extreme weather may pose greater challenges for coffee farmers.

 
In order to solve the above problems, bamboo fiber coffee husk tableware has gradually entered the market, using coffee shell and bamboo to extract plant fibers and mixing to make tableware. The recycling of coffee shell waste can also increase the income of coffee farmers at the same time, which is loved by everyone!

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