Description: Material made of certified wood pulp. After a pulping procedure, the pulp undergoes a mechanical treatment and becomes a raw material called micro fibrillated cellulose. The finely ground pulp mass flows through a unique nozzle, where the fibres and fibrils rotate and align with the flow, creating a strong, elastic fibre network. The fibre is then spun and dried, suitable as-is for spinning into yarn and then knitting or weaving into fabric elsewhere. Its stretch and strength qualities are very similar to those of cotton, and is used in the production of various textiles in the fashion and home textiles industry and padding.