The Cellulose Paper is the conventional virgin paper we all know, manufactured based on a white pulp of high quality to be able to get a good resistance and ensure a good printing quality.
What is Cellulose Paper?
Cellulose paper as its name implies comes from virgin cellulose paste. This cellulose is taken through a bleaching technique that translates by subjecting the cellulose to established reagents in order to improve the texture, cleanliness and chemical purity. We take into account that the more agile and efficient the fiber separation method is, the less need for reagents in the bleaching process.
Given the high performance in the graphic area, at Food Paper Portugal we use cellulose paper to obtain high quality printing, and knowing that this paper is not recommended to be in direct contact with food, we use it for the production of paper towels. The personalised placemats and individual restaurant sheets contain water-based food ink.
We chose to use this type of paper in our placemats and individual tray paper because cellulose paper has a good performance and competence that we understand it's needed to obtain a high quality personalised placemat.
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