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Bambus: Perfekter Ersatz für Plastik

Bamboo: Perfect replacement for plastic

At wisefood, bamboo is one of our most important basic products. It is considered a sustainable and robust miracle plant. But how sustainable is bamboo really? Bamboo is one of the sweet grasses, the stem itself lignifies in just a few years and can then be further processed. Bamboo convinces with an above-average fast growth. Some species can namely up to one meter per day create and they absorb up to four times more carbon dioxide than our native plants and trees. Some even reach a height of 30 meters, which is why a large amount of the plant can be felled every year without the population being reduced to such an extent that it would be endangered.

How does cultivation work?

If a native tree is cut down, the whole plant dies. But not with the bamboo. The root network is left standing during the harvest, which ensures that the plant can recover and sprout again, i.e. can form new shoot tips. A perfect cycle for sustainable forestry.

No artificial irrigation

Bamboo needs very little water to grow and can therefore mostly do without artificial irrigation. And even better: it protects itself from pests and therefore does not need any pesticides.
  • ♻️ Sustainable and environmentally friendly
    ✨ Stylish and robust
    🌱 From renewable raw materials
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  • socially acceptable

    A super important point for us: Social compatibility! Unlike the gigantic palm oil plantations, for example, bamboo is still mainly cultivated by smallholders and is therefore rarely industrialized. Most people know that bamboo can be used to make wooden boards. However, a whole range of other wonderful products can be made from bamboo. Interested? Then take a look at our online shop.
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