Single-use non-woven table napkins are superior quality products made in France with Airlaid technology. This technology allows the production of napkins with the appearance and texture of fabric, but with the convenience of disposability. Non-woven napkins are made from compressed cellulose fibers, offering superior strength and absorbency compared to standard paper napkins. The airlaid technology uses a dry pressing method that creates a soft, flexible, and tear-resistant texture. With their high quality and elegance, the disposable non-woven napkins by Françoise PAVIOT are perfect for all occasions, whether it be intimate dinners or large events. Choose French-made disposable non-woven table napkins for a practical and aesthetic solution for your table decoration needs.
Françoise Paviot is a French family-owned company located in the Lyon region. For 30 years, the Françoise Paviot company has been creating Airlaid table linens. The table napkins are now manufactured in France. The company has maintained its family tradition by adapting its products to new trends and customer expectations. Françoise Paviot's disposable table linens are known for their high-end quality and decorative touch. Every season, the brand presents new collections in response to market trends, which have become essential decorative accessories for the table.
Our company is proud to be led by women who bring their vision and sensitivity to the management of the company. We are also committed to the French manufacture of our products, which guarantees the quality of our know-how and the durability of our products. We are conscious of our carbon footprint and constantly work to reduce our environmental impact. Finally, we are committed to a constant search for more environmentally friendly technologies to meet our customers' expectations for sustainable development. At Françoise Paviot, company values are deeply rooted in our way of working and developing.
"Our success, I believe, lies in the excellent quality of the design, but also in the technical knowledge of paper that I have acquired."