ABOUT WASARA TABLEWARE
What materials are used in the making of WASARA?
WASARA has been designed to use all tree-free materials, specifically, bamboo and bagasse (juice from sugar cane)
How is WASARA produced?
All of our products are made using the manufacturing method called Molded Pulp, in which bamboo and sugar cane are poured into molds, and then dehydrated under heat and pressure in a press machine, allowing for dishes of many shapes and sizes to be made without using any starch or glue.
What is WASARA’s special feature?
With WASARA tableware, you will not find the rounded, bulky edges of typical paper cups. With an emphasis on texture and the touch in one’s hands, WASARA tableware edges are wavy by design. Cutting the edges in this way is technically extremely challenging, and requires a specially designed blade. Aligning the direction of the asymmetric shape is also a highly time-consuming process. The delicately uneven texture of the tableware, like handmade Japanese paper and pottery, is made possible through precision metal molds created by highly skilled Japanese craftsmen.
Do you use bleach?
No, bleach is never used during production of WASARA tableware, but instead through a special boiling process it arrives at a naturally lightened color.
Is WASARA tableware recyclable?
No. WASARA tableware is 100% compostable. It is meant for one-time use.
How long does WASARA tableware last?
WASARA tableware is meant for single use. However, it is very sturdy and is perfectly capable of lasting through an entire meal when serving either hot or cold food.
Can you put hot/cold liquid into WASARA cups?
Yes, you can pour (boiling) hot or cold liquid into WASARA cups.
Is WASARA tableware safe for microwaves?
No, WASARA tableware is not microwave-safe.
Can I cut steak on a WASARA plate?
Yes, you may cut any food with a knife; it will not easily cut through WASARA tableware.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
What does WASARA's name mean?
The word WASARA is a compound word represented by two Japanese sounds. The original and most direct meaning is WA, indicating “Japanese” and SARA meaning “dish.” However, WA may also represent peace, ancient Japan, or cycle; and SARA can also mean brand-new or renewal. This shows the deeper meaning behind WASARA's innovative style of pure, refined tableware, with a strong awareness of the circle of life.
How long has WASARA been around?
WASARA was founded in April 2008. For five years, WASARA has been providing its tableware to caterers and restaurants in the food industry. As of our 2015 debut at NY NOW trade show, WASARA is now open for wholesale to retailer customers.
How do the products come packaged?
Each style comes in a pack of 8 pcs.
What is the minimum order quantity per style?
Minimum 96 pcs. (12 packs) per style.
What is the minimum order for private label/custom orders?
Starting from 100,000 pcs.
I'd like to purchase WASARA for catering & events. What is the bulk price?
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