Cellophane is a thin, flexible, transparent film formed from cellulose fibres. Cellophane is widely used in food packaging due to its high moisture barrier properties and sealability.

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"Cellophane" is in the UNSPSC Code "60121136"
  Cellophane films
Ref: 122356/2006-09-19

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