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Introducing Greencane Ecopaper Kitchen Towels

Media Release
AUGUST 2012


INTRODUCING GREENCANE ECOPAPER KITCHEN TOWELS
TOUGH ON MESS ...KIND ON THE ENVIRONMENT!


It’s nearly barbecue season ...the chance for the girls to do all the work ‘behind the scenes’ while he gets all the glory in front of the BBQ.

But this summer, there’s a new star joining your get together. Introducing Greencane Ecopaper Kitchen Towels.

Greencane Ecopaper Kitchen towels are tough on mess, but kind on the environment as every sheet of Greencane Ecopaper Kitchen towel is made using Sugarcane not pine!

ABOUT SUGARCANE FARMING
Sugarcane is a tropical grass grown commercially in over 200 countries. The current world supply of sugarcane is believed to be at a mature stage resulting in no additional demand for land expansion. When harvested, sugarcane is crushed to remove the sugar leaving behind a fibrous residue which can be recycled in a pulp suitable for paper making.

One small change in choice makes a big difference, so today - choose Greencane Ecopaper Kitchen Towel;

• 100% biodegradable paper.
• Soft to the touch.
• Equally as effective as tree based products.
• Cost comparable.
• FRIENDLY TO OUR ENVIRONMENT!

GREENCANE KITCHEN TOWEL: RRP: $4.20 (two rolls)

STOCKISTS: Greencane Ecopaper products are sold at selected organic stores and New Worlds. For further stockist details and to buy directly online, visit; www.greencane.co.nz


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