Newapple paper and cover material made of apple

Newapple cover material contains up to 39% organic waste from apple processing such as stems, seeds, apple peels and fibers. The residues are first dried, transferred to a fine cellulose powder, mixed with a bioplastic and applied in layers to a carrier such as cotton.
In Newapple paper up to 15% of the cellulose from trees is replaced by organic waste. It is ecological, sustainable and 100% recyclable.

The new raw materials answers both the local apple-waste issue and the increasing demand for vegan leather alternative with a low carbon footprint.