Transparent papers for food packaging

Transparent papers for food packaging

Eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags, windows or wrappers
Various transparency levels available to fit your needs
Smoothness and high gloss for a unique touch & feel
Suitable for printing, lamination or waxing
Transparent papers for food packaging
Naturally attract attention with our range of flexible papers. With various levels of transparency, our paper act as an alternative to plastic films.

Renewable, recyclable, compostable and made of natural fibers, our paper-based solutions for window packaging are safe for direct-food contact, making them the perfect plastic-free alternatives for food packaging.

Play the transparency card

By nature, paper creates a unique emotional experience and distinctive brand perception. Combining the natural power of paper with a touch of transparency gives you a serious edge when it comes to whetting appetites.

Window packaging made with our Cristal™ Transparent Paper give you a powerful, sustainable advantage. Ranging from outstandingly clear to subtly translucent options, we have various transparency levels available to fit your needs.

Naturally attract attention

Thanks to its unique smoothness, very good printability and nice glossiness, Cristal™ offers a distinctive consumer experience and enhanced shelf appeal.

The range is recyclable (EN13430 norm), OK compost HOME and OK compost INDUSTRIAL (EN13432 norm) certified, making it an ideal plastic-free packaging alternative with strong sustainability credentials.

Versatile converting and end uses

Cristal™ can be used in an array of converting platforms to create window-bags or window-containers for an all-paper food packaging solution.

Used as sachets, bags or paper windows, main end uses of Cristal™ Transparent Papers include food packaging and non-food packaging, as well as graphics applications such as envelope windows. 


Find out more about our Cristal™ technology here.



This product and more participate in transitioning packaging ƒrom Plastic to Purpose.

Learn more about our philosophy and our webinars regarding the possibility of fiber-based solutions here