A sweet paper from Reich Paper, AVEO, a tree-free paper manufactured from 90% sugarcane stalks after they are crushed to extract their juice to make sugar
AVEO is a tree free paper manufactured from 90% sugarcane stalks after they are crushed to extract their juice to make sugar. This sustainable and renewable resource, also known as Bagasse, has traditionally been burned or placed in a landfill.
The balance 10% of AVEO is a combination of linen and hemp which are both left over from the textile industry. This material would also end up in a landfill if it were not used to make AVEO. The linen and hemp are added for increased strength and better foldability.
It is available in 2 colors.
White Sugar Brown Sugar
Because AVEO paper is made from mostly sugarcane pulp, sometimes small particles of the stalk can be seen and is to be expected. Although usually very clean, sometimes small brown spots or brown fibers can appear in White Sugar and sometimes small white spots can appear in Brown Sugar.
AVEO is recyclable, biodegradable, acid free and elemental chlorine free.