For Isabel Allende, sweets are a subtle art.
How can we disagree?
High-level pastry making is, by tradition, one of the most refined yet most delicate sectors. Each product is created with great care and passion. Hence the need for a wrapping for classy pastries that enhances the sweet, both qualitatively and aesthetically.
The over-the-counter confectionery paper must meet high quality standards. Its material must be suitable for contact with food and aesthetics because the paper will offer the first impression of the pastry shop.
F.lli Magro has 30 years of experience in crafting bespoke confectionery paper.
For example, confectioneries can use onion skin, glassine and paraffin paper, as well as polycoated paper for the external wrapping . All of them can be printed with custom logos, textures and colours. The wrapping then becomes an important but above all elegant means of communication.
F.lli Magro for your confectionery paper
Every confectionery has its own personality with important aspects to be valued, such as tradition, taste, innovation of desserts proposed or locality. F.lli Magro starts by listening to all the client’s requests and objectives to support the best paper choice. This might be the traditional polycoated paper for wrapping boxes of sweets and trays of ice cream, or the onion skin paper to better preserve the products. Our food grade paper is suitable for contact with sweets, because it does not alter the taste and protects the freshness.
Tissue paper for sweets
Excellent for both pastry and ice cream shop items, tissue paper is one of the most popular solutions in transforming a dessert into a luxury product. Personality exudes from its wrapping. Not only can it be used to wrap pastries and ice cream cakes but also to enhance traditional culinary and confectionery products, such as Sardinian gueffus and dried pasta that should be wrapped individually.
How we create bespoke confectionery paper
At F.lli Magro, we listen carefully to each client’s needs to find the best collaborative way forward. The graphics department studies the paper’s aesthetic composition. Logos, contacts, textures or defining images might add to the design as a whole. The printing plate is created following the setting of the composition. Last, the printing is performed. The paper is then cut or rolled.