Cardboard_FibersHow would you ship light bulbs, water glasses, or your new microwave oven without the corrugated containers that protect them? The largest category of paper products today is the one we take most for granted – paperboard.

milk cartonCorrugated board is used to ship 95% of all manufactured goods (even paper itself!) and is much lighter and more recyclable than the wooden crates of yesteryear.

Frozen orange juice – the cornerstone of the American breakfast – would be less convenient without the composite foil-lined can. And where would your breakfast be without cereal boxes, coffee filters, or egg and milk cartons? Even sausage casings contain paper! In some cases your coffee cake is baked, sold, reheated, and served in its original paperboard box.