Chinet® Brand Premium Disposable Tableware Announces Four New Napkin Offerings

DeSoto, Kan. (March 3, 2009) – America’s premium disposable tableware brand, Chinet®, continues to bring innovation to the disposable tableware category by launching four new napkin offerings:

– Chinet® Casuals™ Napkins; same dependable construction with a punch of color. Available in blue or green in packages of 25.

– Chinet® Guest Towels are perfect for use in bathrooms and an elegant way to help reduce the spreading of germs. Chinet is the only brand offering guest towels in grocery stores. Available in packages of 36.

– Chinet® Classic White™ Dinner Napkins; now pre-folded and comes in a resealable tab closure package. Available in packages of 40.

– Chinet® Classic White™ Lunch Napkins now offer a resealable tab closure package for easy storing. Available in packages of 90 and 200.

“Our napkins are strong and sturdy and stand up to the messiest hands and mouths,” said Julie Stoetzer, Chinet Brand Marketing Manager. “Our Casuals napkins offer fun and color while the Classic White line has an elegant and timeless appearance. We are the only napkin in grocery stores offering a resealable tab closure; the new packaging meets important consumer needs for easy, clean storage.”

The Chinet Casuals Guest Towels and Classic White napkins are available in stores beginning early March 2009. For more information, visit

About the Chinet Brand
Made in America since the 1930s, Chinet disposable tableware has a long history of making strong plates and even stronger memories as friends and family gather. Chinet products give you the strength and style you depend on with the added piece of mind knowing you’re using environmentally-friendly products. For more information about the Chinet family of products, visit

About Huhtamaki
Established in 1920 as a specialty packaging organization, Huhtamaki provides many of the world’s most recognizable consumer goods packaging and foodservice containers, including the retail line of Chinet premium disposable tableware. For more information about Huhtamaki, visit


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