Hemp paper

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Front End Tuck Box


Top & Bottom Box

Sliding Box


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The Mend’s hemp boxes are made from hemp fibres. These products are 8x recyclable as compared to tree paper (upto 3x), biodegradable and compostable. Hemp stalks take 4 months to mature compared to 20-80 years for trees. It has 85% cellulose, the principal ingredient in paper, compared to wood (30%). Hemp paper is a bespoke and premium option for packaging, and is popularly used for apparel, gifting, and retail products. Hemp paper boxes are available in multiple styles with different closure and opening options, and can also be printed in different styles to ensure the design outcome is to your expectations.



Apparel boxes  |  Cosmetics boxes   |  Retail boxes  |  Personal hygiene product boxes

Printing Methods

Digital  |   Screen


Construction Certificate


Customised to your specifications

Natural Colour

Hemp paper boxes come in a natural beige colour. The paper can be pre-dyed in the pulping stage, but the MOQ for this is higher


Hemp paper has GSM ranging from 300-600. Given the use case of your product, we can recommend the thickness for your packaging.

Special Effects

Foiling options in silver and gold.


We avoid plastic laminations and use aqua coatings and varnishes instead to protect the print and durability of the boxes.

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Capable of being broken down especially into innocuous products by the action of living things (such as microorganisms) (From Merriam Webster)


To process (something, such as paper, glass, or cans) in order to regain material for human use (From Merriam Webster)


 materials or products that can be used again after they have been treated using a special industrial process (Cambridge dictionary)

Locally produced

The strategy with sensitivity to place and scale in order to sustain local communities and provide new job opportunities while preserving the quality of the environment and reducing your carbon footprint

Plastic free

Free of any polymers

Toxin free

A toxin-free product would mean that the product is free from any natural or man-made poisons that will have a negative impact upon our health.


Reusable capable of being used again or repeatedly (Merriam Dictionary)


Compost is a mixture that consists largely of decayed organic matter and is used for fertilizing and conditioning land. Something that is compostable can be used as compost when it decays. (From Merriam Webster)

Sustainable inks

Vegetable-based inks, which forego petroleum oil in favor of more sustainable sources like soy, linseed, tung, cottonseed, and china wood oils

Organic cultivation

Raw material is organically cultivated

Limited irrigation

Crop requires limited irrigation

UV Resistant

UV Resistant the ability of a material, often a polymer, to withstand the degradation that can be caused by exposure to ultraviolet light


Anything that destroys bacteria or suppresses their growth or their ability to reproduce

Chemical free cultivation

Chemical free cultivation not involving the use of artificial chemicals, especially pesticides or fertilizers.

Carbon negative

Carbon negative emit less than zero carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) greenhouse gases. However, since it is impossible to emit a negative amount of carbon (or any other physical substance), being carbon negative refers to the net emissions you create. To be carbon negative means to offset more carbon, through carbon capture, sequestration, or avoidance, than you contribute to the environment.  

Industrially compostable

Industrial composting can deal with a broader range of compostable products and operates in a highly controlled setting with specific temperatures and conditions. Industrial composting is able to apply a far higher temperature to the already pre-processed packaging material. The high heat breaks the packaging down even further, hastening the decomposition.