Paper straw solutions

Paper straw solutions

Renewable, biodegradable fiber-based solution
Complies with direct food contact regulations
A trouble-free process on high speed converting machines
Good wet strength and gluing ability
Paper straw solutions
Biodegradable and renewable fiber-based solution for paper straws enabling the food industry to provide consumers an alternative to single-use plastic straws.

Ahlstrom-Munksjö CelluStrawTM is a fiber-based solution made of renewable materials, specially designed to address emerging initiatives to phase out single-use plastic straws. Paper-based materials will enable key players of the food industry, such as fast-food chains, to demonstrate their high level of commitment to better protection of the environment, while continuing to offer a convenient drinking experience to consumers.

CelluStrawTM offering consists of specialty paper grades respectively developed for the inner and outer plies of paper straws.

Renewable, biodegradable and safe for direct food contact, CellustrawTM is a fiber-based solution for paper straws offering a sustainable alternative to non-renewable materials. CelluStrawTM is made of virgin fibers sourced from responsibly managed forests.

CelluStrawTM runs particularly well on high-speed converting machines. Its high wet-strength and mechanical resistance delivers good product integrity, ensuring paper straws remain in excellent condition once converted and will withstand in liquids for a sufficient time. 

Ahlstrom-Munksjö contributes to a better everyday life by providing solutions that make the end product more sustainable, utilizing renewable materials that are alternatives to non-renewables; an important driver in several markets. The launch of CelluStrawTM is a good example of Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s capabilities in sustainable fiber-based solutions.

For the paper straw market, we operate a global technology platform with sites located in Europe and the United States. Ask for more details: food@ahlstrom-munksjo.com 

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