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  • 29 Jul 2022

Fedrigoni adds premium papers from recycled fibers

Fedrigoni Self-Adhesive has launched a new range of premium papers made from 100 percent recycled fibers, designed for high-end wines, spirits, craft beers, gourmet foods and cosmetic products

Fedrigoni Self-Adhesive has launched a new range of premium papers made from 100 percent recycled fibers, designed for high-end wines, spirits, craft beers, gourmet foods and cosmetic products.

The premium natural range with 100 percent recycled fibers was created as a tool to boost the creativity of professionals, who will be able to represent the commitment that luxury brands make to sustainability. Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives started by reviewing some of the most highly rated premium self-adhesive papers to ensure high-quality products without compromising performance or aesthetic appeal.

The cellulose sourced by Fedrigoni is FSC-certified and the bulk of the facestock is manufactured by Fedrigoni Paper. This synergy guarantees premium quality and consistent production on a global scale over time. The papers, combined with high-performance adhesives, result in targeted materials for critical applications. 

The H+O and Ultra WS technologies support products often subject to sudden changes in temperature and humidity, such as wine and beer bottles. On the other hand, the Greaseproof technology protects labels from oily substances, as in the case of extra virgin oils, maintaining the high-end image of the product from the shop to the table.

The range's versatility in terms of functionality and adaptability to different needs covers various applications. The self-adhesive greaseproof options are designed for the gourmet and cosmetics sector; the technologies for bottle necks can be combined with the main label for a 100 percent coordinated and premium presentation and specific technologies, such as H+O, Ultra WS and Barrier.

‘Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives has drawn on its extensive experience and technical expertise to develop self-adhesive papers made from 100 percent recycled fibers, resulting in the typical combination of elegance, choice of materials and very high technical performance. But it does not stop there: by 2030, the group aims to double the volume of items with advanced sustainable features in its product portfolio. Another step in the right direction,’ said the company in a statement. 

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