Inland Empire Paper Co. launches two new products

When the coronavirus pandemic accelerated a nationwide trend of declining print-advertising revenue amid temporary business closures, the Inland Empire Paper Co. saw an opportunity to innovate by developing two new paper products.

The Millwood-based pulp and paper mill launched Empire bagstock, which is lightweight and made from a minimum of 30% recycled content.

The paper grade can be used for merchandise bags, envelopes and food packaging, such as restaurant to-go bags.

ARC Natural, the company’s other new paper grade, is made from 100% recycled content and “is an environmentally-friendly alternative to paper containing added bleach or dyes,” according to a company release. The paper grade can be used for

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