Pulp Magic: paper

SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
For Food Safety, Think Inside the Box
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , , ,

September is Food Safety Month which makes this a great time to talk about the importance of clean and recyclable paper packaging. What’s the connection? Well, think about how the food you eat gets from the farm to your dinner table. Chances are, at some point, it came in a box. And there are a bunch of good reasons for ...

APRIL 3, 2017
#PoweredByPaper Shakes Up High-Tech ‘South By’
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , , , , ,

I have heard for years about South by Southwest in Austin, the interactive festival known for debuting companies that would become household names, such as Twitter and Uber. Two weeks ago, we took the Paper & Packaging — How Life Unfolds™ campaign to “South By” and set up a 100% corrugated booth that featured a curated collection of paper and ...

JANUARY 17, 2017
New Year, New (Organized) You
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , , ,

“Ok, this is the year I get organized.” You may have said this yourself, I know I have. Most New Year resolutions are a triumph of hope over experience but January is still a great time for a fresh start and who can deny a person a little hope as winter settles in? The easiest way to start getting organized ...

DECEMBER 19, 2016
All I Want For Christmas is Pulp
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , ,

It’s getting late and you can’t decide what to get for that special paper and packaging person in your life.  Don’t panic; there are plenty of ideas out there and we’ve already done the legwork so you don’t have to.  Below is our round up of the best paper and packaging gifts of the 2016 holiday season: First up, one ...

DECEMBER 5, 2016
Catalogs Bring Quiet to Christmas Craze
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , , ,

The frantic run-up to Christmas easily makes the Scrooges among us say "Bah, Humbug!" Not me--I think it’s great! There’s nothing like getting lost in holiday music, wishful advertisements, shipping deliveries and endless commotion! There’s another Christmas tradition that I enjoy as much as Christmas cards: holiday catalogs! I turn to these magazine-like pages to find that perfect gift.  Cooking ...

NOVEMBER 2, 2016
History of Voting with Paper
by Mary Anne Hansan Tags: , ,

When you vote this Election Day, it’s good to remember that you’re taking part in a ritual of democracy with a rich history. The ancient Greeks who not only invented democracy but also the mechanics of voting used to throw small metal tokens marked with their preferred candidate into a jar where they could be counted. The Venetians used small ...