James Cropper’s Dolcelicious grades are available in 11 colours and suited for use with dry, moist and fatty foodstuffs.
Richard Burnett, market development manager at James Cropper, says: ‘We have been working with a variety of brands within the food industry for some time and realised there is a growing demand for high-quality coloured papers in this sector. Whether it is a high-end chocolatier, or a speciality tea and coffee brand, there is a huge amount of competition to stand out in the market with a unique packaging solution.’
Luxury converters will get a first look at Dolcelicious at the 2016 Luxe Pack trade show in Monaco on 21-23 September. To improve its proposition for brand owners Cumbria-based James Cropper will offer a ‘Tailor Made’ service, which will help modify paper properties to their specific demands, at the event.
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