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Paper making has long been an artisanal activity. Currently, it uses the most current and advanced techniques respecting tradition to the fullest. The paper is essentially composed of cellulosic fibres extracted from vegetables. These fibres come from managed forest trees or plants grown and collected annually.
OCB selects the most resistant plants: these qualities will determine the fineness and transparency of ultra-fine OCB papers, and our prestige has long been based on these criteria. Flax is native to the Caucasus and is grown throughout Europe. It is annual and can reach 1 meter high. Its light blue or violet flowers hatch in spring. It has the advantage of growing without any fertilizer. OCB selects hemp of French origin from organic farming.