Oddy Uniwrap highlights the merits of paper-based food packaging

Atul Garg’s Group Company’s FMCG brand, Oddy Uniwraps, said that according to its product sales statistics for fiscal year 20-21, the sales growth of its paper food packaging products increased by nearly 240 % with a turnover of Rs 5.30 crore.

Atul Garg, CEO of Oddy Uniwraps, said: “2020 has been a difficult year for all companies. Being in the paper industry, with most of the educational institutions closed and education online, we were a little worried about how we’re going to handle the year. However, we were surprised to see the massive growth in our paper food packaging products. We have seen the consumer market preference shift towards purchasing paper food packaging instead of aluminum foil during the pandemic. “

Garg explained, “The most important reason for using paper food packaging is the adverse effects of aluminum foil and stretch film on human health as well as the environment, which people have now understood. As the paper food packaging is made from 100% pure wood pulp, it is completely environmentally friendly and safe to use.

According to Garg, Oddy Uniwraps keeps food hygienic and fresh for a long time and doesn’t react to food like aluminum foil does. “Uniwraps are also better than butter paper because they are food safe certified and are non-stick, grease resistant and microwave safe. It can be reheated without removing the packaging and is also suitable for frozen packaging.

He added: “The upsurge in home food preparation and experimentation and the active posting of food on social media platforms during the lockdown has increased the use of food paper packaging in every household. . Everyone is trying a new dish, whether it’s pastries, snacks, or whatever else they need the food paper for wrapping or baking.

Uniwarps products are currently available in India in retail stores, modern commerce and e-commerce.

The company said it plans to expand its business to Tier 2 and 3 cities in India this year. The company signed with LT Foods during the pandemic for an extensive distribution network in India and abroad.

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