2021 Specialty Food Papers

Get our experts insights into the how the food service papers market could rebound after global food service revenue fell by 20% in 2020.

Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the specialty food papers market. In our 2021 study we provide insight into how the market has navigated the pandemic and the potential short-term growth available in its wake.

Get a global overview of this market with a focus on the North American and European markets giving you a comprehensive insight into the potential for this market over the next 5 years. Contact us today to find out more about our how our study can help you.

This study provides you with:

  • Comprehensive coverage on the disposable papers used at the retail level in the processing and packaging of food and beverages, with basis weights between 10 and 100 lb./3,000 square feet (16 to 160 gsm) in North America and Europe (EU and Schengen countries)
  • Information on the eleven grade categories for applications as diverse as take-out bags, sandwich wraps, bakery papers, drinking straws, beverage filter papers
  • Discussion and data on the paper replacement of petrochemical-based disposables
  • In-depth coverage of Food service Paper Producers and Food service Paper Converters in North America and Europe
  • How the pandemic has affected the global market and the potential for short-term growth over the next 5 years
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