Pulp #26, the latest edition of Fedrigoni's magazine, is dedicated to theme of 'Plastic to Paper'; edition celebrates the transition from plastic to paper through stories, projects, narratives

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October 16, 2023 (press release) –

Welcome to the 26th edition of Pulp, dedicated to the captivating theme of “Plastic to Paper” (P2P). In an era where the world is moving towards circularity and many other important topics, this edition is a celebration of the transition from plastic to paper through stories, projects, and narratives.

To discover new articles focused on intriguing and innovative approaches to printing, packaging, sustainability, and the original use of high-quality paper and adhesive materials in design and product manufacturing, we invite you to subscribe to pulp.fedrigoni.com. The website is updated weekly with fresh content. Also, don’t forget to follow @pulpjournal_ on Instagram for more insights.

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