The molded glass fiber reinforced plastic cutlery tray is molded by food grade SMC composite material. SMC composite molded FRP cutlery tray has high strength, is not easy to break, stable in thermal performance, corrosion resistant, wide temperature range, easy to wash and durable, low breakage rate and long service life. Long, can be used multiple times, with the characteristics of ceramic hand and so on. Therefore, the SMC composite molded FRP cutlery tray is the ideal tray for the catering industry. SMC composite molded FRP cutlery tray uses SMC composite material as raw material for fast food tray processing, and then made by high temperature and high pressure molding process. SMC composite is the abbreviation of Sheet molding compound, namely sheet molding compound. The main raw materials are composed of GF (special yarn), UP (unsaturated resin), low shrinkage additive, MD (filler) and various additives. It first appeared in Europe in the early 1960s, and around 1965, the United States and Japan developed this process. In the late 1980s, China introduced advanced SMC production lines and production processes. SMC composites are widely used in the automotive, railway, electrical and communication industries for their superior mechanical strength, high rigidity, high flame retardancy, corrosion resistance, dimensional stability, UV resistance, low specific gravity and many other advantages. Foreign SMC composite materials have entered the restaurant tray manufacturing industry has also been a history. A large number of restaurant trays in the United States are made of SMC composite materials, which can have a variety of bright and bright colors. One-piece molding, product design without seams, satisfactory for safety or comfort. SMC composite restaurant trays are available in unlimited size and shape, with good product strength and resistance to cracking or fading. The surface of the product is smooth and the heat preservation is good. SMC composite restaurant trays can be produced on a large scale using a compression molding process.