Fibre Trays

New Zealand

Sustainable trays that don't compromise on quality or function.

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Why Enduro

About our Sugar Cane Fibre Trays

Enduro fibre trays are made from the byproduct of sugarcane processing. After extracting the juice from sugarcane, the remaining pulp, known as bagasse, can be processed and turned into a sustainable material for packaging and other applications. 

These trays have gained popularity due to their eco-friendly characteristics. The Enduro fibre trays are biodegradable alternatives to plastic and other non-biodegradable materials.

Environmentally Friendly:

The primary benefit of the Enduro fibre tray is the reduced environmental footprint. Being biodegradable and made from renewable resources, our bagasse trays contribute to less pollution and waste.

Home Compostable:

The Enduro fibre tray is certified to the TUV OK Home Compost standard.


We have design and manufacture our Enduro fibre trays which makes them extremely cost effective.


Safe for both microwave and freezer use, the Enduro fibre tray can cater to a range of food types and preparation methods.


Without harmful chemicals or potential toxins, they're a safe choice for food.

Positive Brand Image:

For businesses, using bagasse trays can signal environmental responsibility, enhancing their brand image.

Reduces Waste:

Using bagasse, a byproduct of sugarcane processing, turns potential waste into a valuable product. With the tray being able to end its life as compost, the Enduro fibre tray contributes to a circular economy.

Consumer Demand:

With increasing consumer awareness and demand for eco-friendly products, bagasse trays meet current market trends.

Where Kiwi companies are using fibre trays

The Enduro fibre trays are typically used for serving food, especially in environments where single-use products are needed but there's a desire to reduce environmental impact. They are also in high demand for food manufacturers for prepared meal applications.