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Naviter Selects Sulapac's Biodegradable Packaging for New Atopik Range

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Finnish cosmetics company, Naviter, has selected Sulapac’s biodegradable, eco-designed packaging for its new Atopik range of natural products.

According to Sulapac, its packaging material is made from renewable and sustainable raw materials and wood from sustainably managed Nordic forests. These materials reportedly contain no microplastics.

Sulapac CEO, Suvi Haimi, said, “As a natural cosmetics manufacturer and innovator in its field, Naviter is an ideal partner for us as we share the same values and a vision of a future where cosmetics can be packaged and used without generating harmful plastic waste. Furthermore, both our companies draw inspiration from the purity of Finnish nature.”

Naviter’s CEO, Anni Linnavirta, added,  “Thanks to Sulapac’s innovative and sustainable packaging, our packaging and content can now speak the same language. Sulapac packaging demonstrates our firm commitment to sustainability and eliminating microplastics, which will be important as we begin to expand into the international market.”

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