Project Description

Uncoated Brown Kraft
Uncoated Brown Kraft is a type of paper known for its natural brown color and its sturdy, eco-friendly properties. It’s made from unbleached pulp derived from softwood trees like pine or spruce. The “Kraft” in its name refers to the kraft pulping process used to produce it, which involves cooking wood chips under pressure in a solution of sodium hydroxide and sodium sulfide.

This paper is popular for various packaging applications, including grocery bags, envelopes, wrapping paper, and cardboard boxes. Its strength and durability make it ideal for carrying heavy items, and its natural appearance lends itself well to eco-friendly branding. The “uncoated” aspect means it lacks any additional surface treatments or coatings, preserving its raw, natural texture.