Find your perfect dairy, meat and fish wrapping solution
As a leading food processing supplier, Ahlstrom-Munksjö offers several technologies to meet your packaging needs:
Our Prepera® range supported by the Grease-Gard® and Grease-Gard® Fluorofree® technologies offers from very good to excellent grease resistance levels and wet-strength. Our Prepera™ Food Processing Papers are used in a wide variety of refrigerated and frozen food applications, including bacon layout, meat and dairy interleave, frozen novelties, and carcass and giblet wrap.
Find out more about our Fluorofree® and other supporting technologies here.
Our Sulpack® Genuine Vegetable Parchment range offers an outstanding wet strength as well as an absolute & natural grease barrier with no chemical additives, making it a proud member of the Fluorofree® family. Thanks to Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s unique production process, there are no fibers left on our wrapping paper, and so, no fibers in your food products either.
Additionally, the proprietary process to obtain Genuine Vegetable Parchment allows us to achieve these wonderful qualities with a 100% cellulose product with no coating which is certified OK Compost Home and Industrial (EN13432).
Find out more about the Genuine Vegetable Parchment technology here
Suitable for direct print or complex lamination
When used as a direct wrap, our paper solutions can be printed. This option is privileged for a more authentic and traditional look. Our grease-resistant papers also offer excellent complex lamination ability for a distinctive look.
Unique ink-free patterning capability
Genuine vegetable parchment is a greaseproof paper which offers the ultimate brand experience. You can decide to color your parchment with a range of BfR and FDA approved colors for a more vibrant branding. We also offer unique ink-free patterning possibilities ensuring a strong brand recognition and protection against counterfeits.
This product and more participate in transitioning packaging ƒrom Plastic to Purpose.
Learn more about our philosophy and our webinars regarding the possibility of fiber-based solutions here