Water-based coated paper bowl is a kind of paper container with surface treatment using environmentally friendly water-based coating. It is based on food-grade raw paper, through a special water-based coating technology, the surface of the paper is evenly coated with a layer of water-based coating material, thus improving the oil and waterproof performance of the paper bowl as well as heat and abrasion resistance, so as to enable it to meet the requirements of holding various types of food and comply with the requirements of food safety standards.


  1. Environmental protection and safety: water-based coating does not contain harmful organic solvents, compared with traditional solvent-based coating, it reduces VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions, which is more conducive to environmental protection and human health.
  2. Hygienic performance: water-based coating paper bowls are non-toxic and odourless due to the coating material used, and will not have chemical reactions with food, ensuring food safety, and are suitable for direct contact with a variety of hot and cold beverage food.
  3. superior physical properties: after water-based coating treatment of paper bowls with good oil and water resistance, can effectively prevent moisture and grease penetration, to ensure that the taste and quality of food will not be affected; at the same time, the enhanced heat and wear resistance also extends the service life of the paper bowl.
  4. Recyclable: Compared with disposable plastic tableware, water-based coated paper bowls do not contain plastic components, and are easy to recycle and degrade after use, reducing the impact on the environment.


Water-based coated paper bowls are widely used in the catering industry and daily life, including but not limited to the following areas:

  • Fast food service: e.g. serving hot soup, noodles, rice, fried food and other types of fast food.
  • Cold drink serving: such as ice cream, cold drink cups, etc.;
  • Banquet events: for the provision of disposable catering containers in temporary gatherings, parties or outdoor events.
  • Portable packaging: e.g. containers for prepackaged food such as coffee, tea drinks, yoghurt, etc.