Manmade Cellulosic Fibers (MMCs)

Manmade cellulosic fibers (MMCF): fibers coming from cellulosic matter of plants (usually trees or bamboo) or reclaimed feedstock that is processed into a pulp, dissolved and then re-generated into a staple or filament fiber through a chemical process. Viscose (rayon) and acetate are the most common manmade cellulosic fibers. Others include lyocell, modal and cupro.