How to identify the quality of disposable tableware in […]
How to identify the quality of disposable tableware in life has become a problem that everyone cares about.
1. Plastic lunch box
A large amount of toxic and harmful materials such as industrial-grade calcium carbonate, talc, and paraffin are added to inferior disposable plastics, which pose a direct threat to the health of users.
The counterfeit environmentally friendly plastic lunch boxes are soft and fragile, with a pungent smell and choking eyes, and are easily deformed when heated; the fake pulp lunch boxes have serious oil seepage and water seepage; the packaging boxes and lunch boxes have no factory name, no trademark, and no production date.
2. Convenient chopsticks
In order to reduce costs, unscrupulous traders use inferior wood to make chopsticks, which are fumigated and bleached with sulfur. When eating with such chopsticks, the residual sulfur dioxide enters the body with it.
To test the quality of disposable chopsticks, check whether the name, trademark and contact information of the manufacturer are printed on the package; chopsticks that are too white are often bleached; chopsticks with sulfur smell should not be used. Do not soak wooden chopsticks in hot soup for a long time during meals, which will accelerate the decomposition of sulfur dioxide.
In order to disguise the use of waste plastic to make straws, unscrupulous merchants will dye the straws. The brighter the color, the greater the safety hazard. There are three steps to follow to identify the problem straw: First, ask to see if the information on the production bag is complete. Recognize the color, don't buy colored straws. Finally, check whether there is any odor. Most of the odors are the problem straws.