Amazingly Strong

Made from a combination of two sheets of paper called liners and glued to a corrugated inner sheet called fluting, corrugated board is assembled in such a way that it gives the overall structure a greater strength than that of each distinct layer. The result is lightweight but incredibly strong packaging.

And with the introduction of a new independently audited European-wide standard called the Common Footprint Quality (CFQ), every corrugated tray that bears the CFQ stamp meets the strength requirements to safely transport fruits and vegetables. This ensures that they arrive at their destination in optimum condition, according to the distance of the trip and the weight of the produce.