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Lecta introduces its new line of Adestor self-adhesive labels for beverages and delicatessen products

The new catalog includes a full range of exclusive self-adhesive label application materials for wines, spirits, craft beers and delicatessen products. Each label comes in various sizes so that an assessment can be made of its appearance, feel and finish, and it can be applied directly to the final product.

The new Adestor line includes our latest exclusive labeling products, designed and printed with various finishes that highlight the versatility, elegance and quality of our premium self-adhesive products.

The new Adestor catalog is further evidence of Lecta's commitment to sustainability, featuring innovations aimed at reducing the environmental impact and promoting a circular economy: Essence Nature DfE 90 WS, 100% recycled material with textured finish; Stonepaper® 144 DfE, certified Cradle to Cradle Silver made from mineral powder; and Cold Ice White 110 HWS with HWS technology, which allows the commonly used film laminate to be eliminated, replacing it with a natural high wet strength layer, resulting in a plastic-free label.

The entire Adestor range is manufactured in accordance with the ISO 14001 and EMAS environmental standards, the ISO 50001 energy management standard, the ISO 9001 quality standard, and the ISO 45001 occupational health and safety standard. Products are available with PEFC™ Chain of Custody or FSC® C011032 forest certification upon request.

For more information on the Adestor self-adhesive line, visit the products section at www.adestor.com, where you can download product sheets and learn more about all of Lecta's self-adhesive products.

You can see more Lecta products at www.lecta.com.

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