Our wide range of sustainable grease resistant packaging papers fits the evolving needs of Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) and Food Service packaging manufacturers and brand owners.
Versatile, grease-resistant packaging paper
Our wide offering of eco-friendly paper-based solutions is available with various grease resistance levels and basis weights. Our Servera® papers for QSR are available in natural, bleached or blended finishes.
Examples of Applications
- Hamburger packaging
- French fry paper bags
- Sandwich wrap or clamshell
- Corrugated pizza delivery boxes
- Ovenable trays or to go bags
Servera® and Grease-Gard® FluoroFree® papers ensures greasy-food integrity
Our Servera® product range meets the needs of the evolving and consumer-driven QSR market. Servera® QSR grease-resistant paper is a sustainable solution that offers a wide range of end-use options, ensuring food integrity, from preparation until consumption.
Our papers are designed to deliver outstanding grease resistance without the use of fluorochemicals (PFAS). From fast food bags and sandwich wraps to clamshells, our Grease-Gard® FluoroFree® products are designed with performance, sustainability, and the next generation in mind with grease-resistance suitable for all QSR applications.
Find out more about our Fluorofree® and other supporting technologies here.
Servera® products are available with OK compost HOME and OK compost INDUSTRIAL certification. This certification makes the process easier for our customers who wish to get the OK Compost labels for their finished product.
Launching its next generation of sustainable food packaging solutions, Servera®Ultra offer premium solutions for food packaging needs. Providing grease and water resistance in addition to heat retention, these papers protect package contents without traditional polycoating treatments.
Learn more more about out Heat retention technology here
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