Is it true that Kleenex gets their paper from Canadian old growth forests?



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    Yes this is true.  Kleenex makes disposable tissue and toilet paper from wood that comes from old-growth forests in coastal British Columbia and from boreal forests in Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan.  Only until recently (August 2009) did Kleenex pledge to reduce the use of old growth forests in the production of disposable paper products.  They pledge to use 40% recycled fibers and not more because they would not be soft enough for the American consumer.

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