Content: Bread & Pastries

Sylvicta Paper

Versatile Translucent Paper Packaging – Sylvicta is a compostable and marine-degradable translucent paper produced using only renewable raw materials. Utilizing sustainably sourced wood pulp, it can be fully recycled and is repulpable after use. The Sylvicta manufacturing process is free from animal-based ingredients, alcohol or acetic acid. The paper extends the shelf-life of packaged products by providing higher barrier[...]

Learn more

Gaea Clay Cup

The Clay Cup To-Go – Using only three ingredients: clay, water, and salt, Gaeastar tackles to replace plastic to go cups with a more natural alternative. Inspired by the commonly used clay cups at tea stands in India, the company has developed their own cups, that are 3D printed and can be easily engraved with custom logos and images.[...]

Learn more

Zerocircle Coating

Natural Coatings For Food-Contact Paper – Zerocircle’s coating is a strong grease and oxygen barrier containing no plastic or synthetic material, and is food contact safe. The seaweed coating is free of any phthalates, PFAS, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). It can be paired up with Zerocircle’s seaweed based paper, providing a fully recyclable, home compostable, and 100% biodegradable packaging.[...]

Learn more

Glassine

Eco-Friendly Paper Alternative to Foils and Films – Glassine is a preferred primary and secondary packaging solution for food due to its unique properties. It is durable, pH neutral, acid-free, and protects against grease, water, air, and moisture without any coating. The smooth durable paper is recyclable, biodegradable, and certified for direct food contact.. JBM Packaging can print full-colour crisp designs on[...]

Learn more

Waitrose

Compostable convenience food packaging – British food retailer Waitrose is replacing the black plastic packaging of its ready meals with compostable trays made from an innovative fiber material. The new type of shell is 10% lighter and releases 50% less CO2 in production than its plastic counterpart. The novel material is designed to be heated in the oven or[...]

Learn more

UPM Specialty Papers

Fiber-based materials – UPM Specialty Papers is the pioneer in sustainable packaging for recyclable and renewable paper-based materials. The natural fiber-based materials offer endless possibilities for individual branding – and for keeping the environmental footprint of packaging as low as possible. UPM uses only raw materials from sustainably managed forests to produce its innovative papers for the[...]

Learn more

Sargasse Project

Paper and Cardboard From Algae – Sargassum algae were originally found only in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean. For several years, however, the population of the microalga has been moving southward, infesting the entire Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the west coast of Africa as an invasive species. The native marine ecosystem is negatively affected by the algae. Species[...]

Learn more

Jonatura

Sustainable packaging manufacturer – The young company jonatura was founded by experienced employees in the packaging industry. Together, they have set themselves the goal of meeting their customers’ packaging needs in a sustainable manner. jonatura therefore offers environmentally friendly alternatives to conventional packaging and shipping materials. Through constant expansion of production, jonatura now manufactures a wide range of[...]

Learn more

TIPA

Compostable packaging – As functional as normal plastic packaging, but just as compostable as an orange peel: film packaging from TIPA®. Highly transparent, durable, lightweight and moisture-resistant, yet fully printable – these are all properties that are valued in plastic and, with TIPA®, are now also available as a sustainable solution. The film packaging is food-safe and[...]

Learn more

Forest Film

Sustainable plastic labels – With Forest Film™, UPM Raflatac introduces a novel material for sustainable plastic labels. Forest Film™ is made from 100% renewable wood-based raw materials in an ISCC-certified value chain and enables the gradual replacement of fossil film materials – without compromising on benefits and performance. The material was developed in cooperation with UPM Biofuels and[...]

Learn more

Repaq

Zero-waste film packaging – Nature has its own recycling process that produces only recyclables: composting. Repaq wants to integrate packaging into this ecological cycle and is developing materials for this purpose that are decomposed within a very short time by microorganisms, fungi, insects and mollusks into water and carbon dioxide. This is possible because Repaq uses its own[...]

Learn more

Twist-Loc®

Recyclable plastic packaging cup – Charpak has been a leader in the design and manufacture of sustainable packaging for over 30 years. The latest patented innovation, Twist-Loc®, was developed to replace injection molded PP (pure polypropylene) packaging with lightweight, largely recyclable solutions. The packaging is made from at least 75% existing recycled material and can be reused and recycled[...]

Learn more