Raw materials from renewable sources used in packaging

The latest evolution of the ever-popular Vertbag is plastic free, the high-visibility, high-breathability stand-up pack that has transformed the presentation of fruit and vegetable products, is plastic-free.

The new Sormapaper Vertbag combines all the benefits of the original model – high-visibility, large printing surface, light weight, strength, and breathability – with the use of raw materials from renewable sources and the possibility of correct disposal of the entire pack.

Made from tubular cellulose mesh and with a large, customizable paper strip, the Sormapaper Vertbag is printed without using solvents, discarded in favor of water-based thermal inks. The raw materials are certified by FSC – the sustainable forestry management quality mark. This new paper pack is compatible with the same Sorma CBR-170 packing machine which produces the standard Vertbags and is available in two slightly different versions in terms of strip width: Sorma Papervertbag, wider and able to contain up to 2 kg of product, and Sormapack, narrower, recommended for 1 kg.

Two more new models in the Sormapaper line, the range of fruit and vegetable solutions in entirely recyclable, 100% FSC certified paper, further extend Sorma Group’s plastic-free assortment: the cellulose meshes with FSC paper label and the netted punnets, paper punnets enclosed in a cellulose mesh, also with FSC paper label. The packs in the line are all compatible with Sorma and other packaging machines.

For more information:
Sorma Group
Directional Center
Via Dell’Arrigoni, 220
47522  CESENA  (FC)
Tel +39 0547 418611

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