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GP PRO Introduces Dixie Ultra Interfold 2-Ply Napkin

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GP PRO, a division of Georgia-Pacific (Atlanta, Ga., USA) and a leading provider of integrated washroom and food service solutions for commercial facilities, yesterday (May 18) announced the launch of a new Dixie® Ultra® Interfold 2-ply napkin. The new napkin is specifically designed to improve the food service patron experience through superior product quality, while minimizing waste.

With this latest extension of the trusted Dixie brand, food service providers will be able to improve operational efficiency. The Dixie Ultra Interfold 2-ply napkin is a softer, larger, stronger, and more absorbent napkin. Additionally, the new napkin easily fits in existing one-at-a-time style dispensers, which reduce waste and are easy to fill and maintain.

"Dixie Ultra Interfold 2-ply napkin offers foodservice providers a dependable product so they can provide customers with the best service possible," said Nate Medina, napkin category director, GP PRO. "Today, patrons are demanding a higher quality dining experience from trendy ingredients to branded condiments, so it is important that providers send a cohesive, quality message to patrons at every dining touch point."

To also meet the demand for environmentally-conscious products, Dixie Ultra Interfold 2-ply napkin is the latest addition to GP PRO's EcoSmart® products. Made from 100% recycled fiber, the napkin has earned the Green Seal of approval.

Designed specifically with food service operators and the patrons they serve in mind, the tabletop-capable dispensers also features space for menu marketing to support what really matters: driving sales through repeat customer visits.

Dixie Ultra Interfold 2-ply napkin will be available for purchase in August.
 

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