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The Green Revolution in the Supermarket

Cellulose Nets as a Sustainable Packaging Solution

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The Green Revolution in the Supermarket: Cellulose Nets as a Sustainable Packaging Solution
A supermarket where packaging for fruits and vegetables not only preserves freshness but also contributes to sustainability. This is the future promised by cellulose nets. Cellulose nets are made from cellulose fibers, a biodegradable and compostable material. The manufacturing process of these nets is natural, resulting in a durable, soft, and colorful knitted net structure.

In this blog, we take a closer look at why cellulose nets could become the new norm in supermarkets and how they will change the way fruits and vegetables are packaged.

Sustainability is the Priority
With growing awareness of environmental issues, consumers and retailers are seeking more sustainable packaging solutions. Cellulose nets align perfectly with this trend. They are biodegradable, meaning they have no permanent environmental impact. This makes them attractive not only to environmentally conscious consumers but also to supermarkets looking to purchase according to new standards and contribute to a greener future.

Customized Packaging
The evolution of cellulose nets is an ongoing process driven by sustainability and innovation. An important aspect considered in this evolution is improving the efficiency of the packer’s and supermarket’s logistics process, as well as creating a unique identity for each brand.

NNZ’s Role
What is NNZ’s role in this context? “We constantly respond to market trends and conditions. Reinvention and change are part of NNZ’s DNA. This can only be achieved through customer-focused work, intensive collaboration with retailers, and an understanding of developments in the fruit and vegetable packaging market. It also means expertise and commitment to the future of cellulose nets in the supermarket industry,” says Suzana Tomas, packaging specialist at NNZ Switzerland. “NNZ’s ongoing investments in research and development contribute to improving product quality and meeting the changing market requirements.”

For more information:
Suzana Tomas
Wannenboden 10
CH-4133, Pratteln, Switzerland
Tel: +41 79 120 55 49

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