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Natural packaging paper launches

August 10, 2012
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Twin Rivers Paper Company (www.twinriverspaper.com), a leader in lightweight specialty packaging, label and publishing papers, has strengthened its commitment to sustainable packaging with the release of Acadia Natural, a compostable and recyclable paper made from unbleached pulp. This product design offers a natural substrate for packaging applications such as fast-food sandwich wraps, french fry and carry-out bags and basket liners.

FDA-compliant for direct and indirect food contact, Acadia Natural offers a solution for Quick Serve Restaurant (QSR), food service and retail food applications, where high performance and sustainability are essential. For oil and grease resistance, Acadia Natural is available in an Acadia Natural OGR version. Both products bring printability, runnability and convertability to packaging applications.

“Acadia Natural answers the growing demand for natural alternatives for packaging papers and represents an ideal choice for companies looking to have their packaging reflect their own sustainability initiatives,” says Dave Deger, director of business development and marketing.

Sustainability plays a large role in shaping Twin Rivers’ operations, products and processes. Its portfolio of sustainable papers is built around fiber certification and recycled content and the company has made tremendous progress in reducing its environmental footprint. All of these papers are certified to the SFI® fiber sourcing program standards and FSC® certified upon request.

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