This product is a key part of Magic's ongoing innovation process, transforming recycling into a more natural, efficient, and sustainable practice.
Another milestone in the continuous improvement journey that our company has chosen to undertake by pursuing sustainable development models.
The food packaging market is undergoing a significant transformation, with emerging trends shaping the future of a rapidly evolving industry. Among the most relevant innovations, absorbent pads for food packaging, used for meat, poultry, fish and small fruits, are emerging as a solution that meets the needs of producers and consumers.
In this article we answer frequently asked questions, offering a clear view of the value and application potential of this revolutionary airlaid.
Let's discover together the evolution of food packaging over the centuries and how the industry is increasingly embracing sustainable solutions. An exploration of crucial milestones and an opportunity to reflect on the responsibility of adopting sustainable practices in the food industry.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an indispensable tool in the journey to sustainability. With its capacity to provide a comprehensive vision of the environmental impact, it supports the development of a concrete and measurable sustainability strategy which meets the needs of the planet and society and promotes sustainable economic growth.
Andritz, in cooperation with Magic and other companies in the hygiene industry, presented a revolutionary bio-based concept baby diaper. In the absorbent core, it contains Spongel, the biodegradable and compostable absorbent powder produced by Magic.
Super-absorbent powders transformed the way we experience comfort and safety in many fields. In this article, we will explore the extraordinary characteristics of these substances and the environmental aspects to consider in understanding their impact on our lives and the planet.
Paper is a material with a long history and has been a primary tool for the transmission of knowledge for centuries. Today, it is part of our everyday life in many different applications and therefore requires careful and correct recycling.