And you thought sugar cane just went to make cookies, cakes, and cream puffs.
The sugar cane has another, more renewable function.
The waste fiber from the sugar cane refining process can be made into disposable paper plates, bowls, containers, and even supermarket trays.
Check out News Target for Mike Adams’ interview with Bret (“Buzz”) Chandler, president of Asean Corporation, makers of Stalk Market, which turns the sugar waste into paper products.
Might this be an effective way to keep the sugar growers in business? I wonder.