The Ritrama Eden Paper Labels are Made from 50% Dried Grass Fibers

 - Dec 19, 2018
References: ritrama & foodbev
The Ritrama Eden paper has been created by the brand as a new sustainably designed labeling material that will help to change the environmental profile of wine, beer and spirit labels.

The new material is reported to be made from 50% dried grass fibers with the remainder being cellulose fibers, which help to create a final product that is slightly rustic and highly sustainable. The composition of the label allows it to have the faint smell of grass and also helps to drastically reduce the amount of water and electricity needed to craft virgin labels.

Speaking on the Ritrama Eden paper, the brand said that the new paper, "inherently transmits the values of a natural, healthy, organic and environmentally friendly product."