Napkins "Eleganza" 40 x 40 cm 1/8-fold | 3-ply, FSC®-certified

Napkins "Eleganza" 40 x 40 cm 1/8-fold | 3-ply, FSC®-certified

  • 100% cellulose
  • 3-ply, smooth, 1/8 fold
  • ideal as a dinner napkin
  • FSC®-certified
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Type of inner packaging: PP
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material: cellulose

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