What is Natural Rubber?

Natural rubber is harvested primarily from a rubber tree in the form of latex. The latex is a sticky, milky colloid drawn off in a process called tapping by creating incisions in the bark and gathering the fluid in vessels. The latex is then processed to be ready for industrial processing into rubber. Latex is permitted to coagulate in the collection cup in major areas.

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Natural rubber which is used by our PARA brand is originally derived from latex found in the sap of rubber trees from Thailand, the first largest producer and exporter of natural rubber in the world. We created this natural feel to reflect the naturally sourced material from rubber trees. Starting from the aspect of sustainability. The rubber trees have a long life so, they also help the soil erosion problem as they are running off the water on the soil surface. Obviously, PARA delivers nature to your eco-experience with eco-thinking.

Products from PARA Made of 100% Natural Rubber

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Through extensive research on the principle of sustainability, the materials proposed would all come from sustainable sources and would not be harmful to the environment. As the products from PARA is made of 100% natural rubber, which is an emphasizing environmentally considerate materials, it is safer for your health. There are many great advantages in using a natural rubber instead of silicone or other synthetic rubbers which might contain toxic and using chemicals during production. The natural rubber resource is safe for children and other users since it is proven to be significantly antibacterial, anti-dust mite, and 100% hypoallergenic. The great benefits of natural rubber are also hygienic and non-toxic so, the natural rubber is better to use for food-grade kitchenware.

Find out our products made from natural rubber HERE.

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