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Sustainable packaging
Sustainable Food packaging

Cellophane is a unique and versatile packaging material that is made from cellulose, which is a natural polymer derived from wood pulp or cotton liners.


It's highly transparent, allowing for excellent visibility of the packaged contents.

This transparency is one of the primary advantages of cellophane, as it enables the visual appeal and inspection of the packaged products.

Barrier Properties

Cellophane provides good barrier properties against grease, oil, and moisture, making it suitable for packaging a variety of food and non-food items. However, cellophane has relatively low gas barrier properties, which can limit its use for modified atmosphere packaging applications.


Cellophane is a renewable, plant-based material that is biodegradable and compostable, making it an environmentally-friendly packaging option. This biodegradability is a significant advantage over many synthetic plastic packaging materials.


Cellophane can be printed on, allowing for the inclusion of branding, product information, and other graphics on the packaging.

This printability enhances the visual appeal and marketability of the packaged products.

Flexibility and Strength

Cellophane is a flexible and durable material, allowing for easy handling and shaping during the packaging process.

It can be made into various packaging formats, such as bags, wraps, and pouches, to suit different product needs.

Heat Sealability

It can be heat-sealed, enabling the creation of secure and tamper-evident packaging.

This feature is particularly useful for food and pharmaceutical applications where product integrity and safety are crucial.

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