Microwave packaging paper

Microwave packaging paper

Microwave packaging paper
Grease and heat resistant packaging papers for microwavable popcorn bags or other food applications.
  • Excellent heat and grease resistant microwavable packaging paper
  • Good printability, gluing and converting abilities
  • Trouble-free runs on high-speed bag making machines
  • Available in natural or bleached finishes
  • Comply with local food contact regulations EU (incl. BfR) and/or FDA

Your sustainable solution for the perfect pop. We’ve developed a specific range of packaging papers dedicated to microwave applications. Grease and heat-resistant, our fiber-based materials are particularly well-suited for microwave paper popcorn bags.

Wide range of oil and grease resistance levels

Our production platforms of Tempera® papers in the US and CoralpackTM papers in Europe can satisfy the needs of microwave packaging manufacturers searching for an efficient and sustainable alternative to non-renewable materials, all over the globe. 

Our Coralpack and Tempera Microwave Papers range offer excellent grease resistance. It includes various levels of oil and grease resistance solutions to meet market demand for inner and outer plies.

In our products range, the papers designed with Grease-Gard® FluoroFree® technology deliver outstanding grease resistance without the use of fluorochemicals .
Our Coralpack and Tempera Microwave Papers are available in natural or bleached finishes and with a range of basis weights.

The microwave papers have superior converting properties. They withstand high temperatures, offer high gluing aptitude to resist the popping force of corn in the microwave. The packaging stays undamaged during the heating process and until the corn popping. A plus for the consumer! The range includes also papers with superior printing properties to support the brand to stand out on the shelve.

Let us know your project and we’ll find the most appropriate paper solution to best fit your need food@ahlstrom-munksjo.com.

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