Percentage of recycled paperboard in a new paper wine bottle launched by British sustainable packaging company Frugalpac. It has a carbon footprint 84% less than glass, weighs up to 5x less and uses 4x less water to produce. A food-grade liner insert retains the wine and separates from the paperboard which can be recycled. It follows the launch of a paper beer bottle last year by Danish brewer Carlsberg, and a paper spirits bottle by multinational drinks company Diageo.

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