Fabbri Group Unprinted Stretch Film

Fabbri Group has its origins in a small printing house founded in Vignola (MO) in 1870, which Ennio Fabbri took over in the 1930s and later transformed into Fabbri Arti Grafiche. Uniquely established by the installation of the first flexographic and rotogravure press for the printing of fruit and citrus packaging, Fabbri began developing food packaging solutions in the 1950s, in the midst of the post-war period when resources were particularly valuable and had to be 'protected from waste', then as now .

Stretch film produced by Fabbri Group can be found in a variety of formulations and formats allowing food companies,
It is packaged with full safety and maximum quality guarantee in supermarkets, hypermarkets and special production centers,
fresh food products such as fruits and vegetables, red and white meat, fish, cheese, fresh pasta, gastronomy. Characteristic
The “skin effect” and special anti-condensation properties preserve the food effectively and naturally, protecting all organoleptic and
The special “memory effect” of the film keeps the packaging even in its original appearance, while its nutritional properties remain intact.
Even after using it several times. Innovative formulation of the material, extremely easy to use and excellent
The quality-price ratio makes the company the best stretch film manufacturer in the world. It is still the most commonly used material today.
It is used in food packaging.