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Cellophane is a film made of natural fiber such as cotton pulp or wood pulp and made by adhesive method. It is transparent, non-toxic and tasteless. Because air, oil, bacteria and water are not easily penetrated through cellophane, they can be used as food packaging.

Cellophane is a film-like product processed from recycled fibers. Apply moisture-proof coating on one or both sides of ordinary cellophane, and then dry and conditioned to make moisture-proof cellophane.

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