Paper-based packaging refers to packaging materials that are made from paper or paperboard. These materials are used to contain, protect, and transport a wide range of products, including food, beverages, consumer goods, and more.
Paper packaging can take many forms, including boxes, cartons, envelopes, bags, and more. It can be used for both primary packaging (the packaging that comes into direct contact with the product) and secondary packaging (the packaging that holds multiple primary packages together).
Paper and paperboard are made from cellulose fibers, which are derived from trees or recycled paper products. They can be produced in various thicknesses and sizes and can be printed on, cut, and shaped into different forms to suit the needs of different products and applications.