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Why BioFuel was invented – and How it Became a Hit

The story of why BioFuel was invented isn’t very complicated. However, when you hear the phrase, “necessity begets ingenuity,” you can think of BioFuel. We invented it simply because there was no other product like it. It’s environmentally sound and fuel-efficient.

Why BioFuel Was Invented

The BioFuel team spent time searching for a natural alternative to common canned fuels. You know, the ones that people use for catering, camping, and emergencies. However, we couldn’t find one. Most of the canned fuels that were on the market were made from petroleum-based ingredients. We were more focused on looking for a product that was all natural, refillable and reusable. In addition, it had to be wholly non-hazardous material. Sadly, we never found a fuel that fit perfectly. For that reason, we created our own canned fuel: BioFuel.

BioFuel is a safer, clear, and greener cooking and warming fuel. It is perfect for emergencies, catering, and camping because it can be used indoors or outdoors. Not only does it release less CO2 emissions compared to our competitors, but it is also reusable. All you have to do is purchase the BioFuel All Natural Refill Liquid. Once you do, you’ll never have to throw away another can again. We created the BioFuel Reusable Burner Can for repeated use. In fact, you can use it over and over again. This method not only prevents loads of inexcusable waste, but it also reduces costs.

All of the above aspects definitely make BioFuel unique. However, BioFuel is also unique in another way that separates itself from other canned fuels on the market. We make BioFuel right here in the USA.

We take pride in knowing that BioFuel is a safe and clean product. Because we are the ones making it – and we’ve tested it out. Now, it’s time to try it for yourself.



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