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Sugarcane & Bamboo Kitchen Roll
Sugarcane & Bamboo Kitchen Roll
Sugarcane & Bamboo Kitchen Roll

Sugarcane & Bamboo Kitchen Roll

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Retail price: £3.29
  • Save trees every time you shop!
  • Made from sustainable materials
  • Plastic-free packaging
  • 100% biodegradable
  • Great quality
  • Allergy sensitive
  • BPA free
  • GMO-free
  • Trouble-free for plumbing and septic tanks
  • Absorbent
  • Strong two-ply paper towels
  • 'Eurosize' rolls to fit your kitchen drawers
  • Each roll 80 sheets
 

Why we love it

This awesome kitchen roll is sustainably made from sugarcane and bamboo waste, which are really fast-growing and can be farm-harvested on an annual basis. The farming of sugarcane and bamboo has a very low impact and has very few needs other than simple sun and water.

It’s packed completely plastic-free in a combination of paper which is 100% biodegradable and recyclable too, as well as clear plant-based cellophane which can be composted later! This makes it an amazing alternative choice, promoting recycling and better sustainability.

If that wasn’t enough, it’s also great quality paper, and super-absorbent so you can mop up any kitchen spills in a sustainable way! It’s allergy sensitive, with absolutely no inks, fragrances or chlorine bleaching. It’s vegan-friendly, using plant-based glues too.

Why swap

It takes around 20 to 30 years for forests to grow before they’re cut down for a single-use product. With 27,000 trees being chopped down every day, all this paper severely contributes to deforestation. If trees take over 20 years to grow, but bamboo and sugar cane only take one year, this is a total no brainer! 

Normally kitchen roll comes slathered in disposable plastic packaging too, which is an environmental disaster! Our bamboo and sugarcane alternative comes packaged in recyclable and compostable paper and plant-based cellophane instead so we don't need to worry as much about our landfill (or worse, ocean pollution!) waste.

For more information about our eco-labels, click here.