Generally speaking, disposable paper bowls usually do not have a clear shelf life. However, they may deteriorate due to storage conditions and environment. If the paper bowl is exposed to moisture, high temperatures, or direct sunlight, it may cause the paper bowl to become damp, deformed, or deteriorate.
To ensure optimal use, it is recommended to store paper bowls in a dry, cool place, away from sunlight and moisture. Also, if there are specific usage instructions or precautions on the paper bowl packaging, be sure to read and follow those instructions.
If you purchase paper bowls that have been packaged in bulk, you may find information such as the production date or batch number on the packaging, which can help you estimate the lifespan of the paper bowls. It is best to check the relevant information on the packaging when purchasing, and carefully check the appearance of the paper bowls before use to ensure that they have no obvious deformation, damage or other problems. If any problems are found, it is best not to use it to ensure safety and hygiene.