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What makes microfibrillated cellulose a good oxygen barrier

By Anni Karppinen 4. April 2017

Microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) has shown great potential as an oxygen barrier in packaging. This has led to numerous research projects trying to utilize the potential in practice. But how does MFC actually create the barrier towards oxygen?

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Why barrier properties of MFC may influence the taste & quality of your coffee

By Otto Soidinsalo 17. January 2017

The biggest change in the coffee culture in recent years has been the way people prepare their coffee at home. An increasing number of households use single serve brewing (pods, capsules) for producing a fresh cup of coffee, resulting in an increased amount of waste. Replacing the current coffee packing materials is not straightforward, and obviously there are several challenges related to it. In this blog post I will play with the idea how microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) could support the development of new, more environmentally friendly, compostable or biodegradable coffee capsules.

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Temaer: MFC, Barrier properties

A blog from Borregaard

Exilva is Borregaard’s innovative new additive within the field of Microfibrillar / Microfibrillated cellulose (MFC). Exilva is a completely natural and infinitely sustainable performance enhancer that improves rheology and stability in product formulations.


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