Paper Honeycomb Packaging: Introduction

Paper honeycomb packaging is a paper-based product that has a honeycomb pattern. The paper cells are made up of paperboard, which comes in different weights and qualities. This article will provide three points about paper honeycomb packaging: the history, how it’s used today, and the benefits of paper honeycomb packaging.

1) Paper Honeycomb Packaging was first patented by Otto Frederick Rohwedder in 1928 when he created the world’s first commercially successful bread slicer;

2) Today, paper honeycomb packaging can be found in many places like food service restaurants (i.e., pizza), grocery stores (i.e., deli meat), convenience stores (i.e., chips);

3) Benefits include reduced labor costs, improved product presentation, and paper honeycomb packaging is 100% recyclable.

Paper honeycomb packaging is 100% recyclable and biodegradable. It is great for retail items in that they can be folded into any shape or size;

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