Foodwrap Co launches new website

01 September, 2016

An independent supplier of vegetable papers to the baking industry, Foodwrap Co, has designed a brand new website aimed to provide an improved experience for existing and new customers.

According to the company, some of the new features on the new website include:

  • An online shop for designed printed greaseproof paper (next-day delivery)
  • Custom-printed paper to receive products tailored to a business’ needs
  • Easy-to-navigate and mobile-friendly technology
  • Regular updates on latest trends and developments in the marketplace

The site, thefoodwrapco.co.uk, showcases market and product experiences, which utilise a wide range of different base papers, coatings and printed designs for any specific application.

Martin Dallas, CEO of Foodwrap Co, said: “The overall aim was to make a much more user-friendly experience, where customers could easily browse our offering, but quickly find the information they were seeking.

“We have been in the industry for over 60 years and we have built up a vast knowledge of both market and product knowhow, resulting in us being able to provide innovative food papers not only to the UK, but across Europe and worldwide. This new website lets us showcase our capabilities as a highly experienced and technically advanced business equipped to meet the requirements of today’s global customer base.”

Nigel Burling, who commercially heads up the food papers side of the business, was behind the launch of the newly named The Foodwrap Co: “The online store is a brand new venture for us and we are very excited about it. Printed paper is growing in popularity mainly due to its green credentials, such as being recyclable and biodegradable, but it also adds a real premium feel to any product, making it a real win-win situation.”

He added: “We have five, off-the-shelf designer printed sheets, which can be purchased immediately with next-day delivery. The prints can be used on a wide range of applications from wrapping a filled baguette, lining a food tray in a restaurant to displaying bakery items.”

The company was set up in 1942 by an ex-RAF pilot in Cheltenham called Leonard Stace, and has since grown to supply specialised products around the world.





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