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The worlds first aseptic carton package certified for its use of materials from renewable sources. Its efficient shape optimises the use of materials, weight, and space, making it perfect for ambient beverages.

This sustainable packaging solution features:

Cap: Sugarcane-based plastic
1. Inside plastic layer
2. Adhesive plastic layer
3. Barrier layer
4. Internal layer made from polymers derived from sugarcane
5. Paperboard
6. External layer made from polymers derived from sugarcane

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1Recyclability of our carton packages is dependent on local requirements and recycling infrastructures. 

2The FSC license code for Tetra Pak is FSC™ C014047 

3External and internal layer made from sugarcane-based plastics. 

4Life Cycle Analysis study conducted by IVL 2016 for Nordic and Germany