Natural packaging made of hemp, coconut, or sheep wool preserves the freshness of vegetables, crops, and fruits during transport and storage. Packaging elements of natural fibers protect contents from shocks, vibrations, moisture, and temperature fluctuations. They are electrostatically neutral, airy, odorless, and biodegradable.
The natural fiber lining inside the packaging maintains interior humidity and temperature, which preserves and prolongs the freshness of the products and slows down the onset of putrefaction processes.
- Preservation and prolongation of the freshness of vegetables, crops, and fruits
- Reusability of the packaging is economical and protects the environment
- Raw materials from renewable sources are biodegradable and suitable for composting
- Natural fiber packaging is lightweight and convenient to carry, transport, and store