Sustainable packaging solutions provider PulPac has partnered with da Matteo to introduce a new environmentally friendly solution for takeaway coffee lids.  

The Dry Molded Fiber (DMF) coffee lids, developed by PulPac, come with a barrier solution with ingredients from its partners, including OrganoClick, Solenis, and Sofidel. 

The integration of this barrier solution with DMF manufacturing technology improves the environmental performance of on-the-go coffee when compared with plastic and wet-moulded fibre alternatives.  

This offering also provides a feasible alternative to reusable takeaway containers, as per the EU’s Single-Use Plastics and Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulations directives.  

The coffee lid is part of a range of standardised DMF applications that are now available. 

PulPac COO Viktor Börjesson said: “This easily implementable and scalable on-the-go alternative fits seamlessly into a modern lifestyle. And the coffee lid is just one example from the range of standardised Dry Molded Fiber applications available that align with the recent EU legislations for takeaway.” 

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This DMF technology, licensed by PulPac to packaging manufacturers, utilises minimal water and energy during production, compared with similar paper-based products. 

It also reduces carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions by up to 80% compared to other methods, according to the company. 

Consumers rated the lids highly for fit, convenience, usability, and tactile experience, PulPac stated, citing a recent market survey.

In July last year, PulPac signed a new license agreement with Matrix Pack, a European manufacturer of paper straws and biodegradable lids, for its DMF technology.