WASHINGTON — Bi-Lo, Brookshire Grocery Co., Delhaize Group, Harris Teeter, Kmart, Kroger, Supervalu, IGA and Weis Markets have stopped carrying tissue products made with fiber from Asia Pulp & Paper due to its link to destruction of Indonesian rainforests and tiger habitats, according to a World Wildlife Fund report.
APP distributes its tissue, paper and paper-based packaging products through Solaris Paper, Mercury Paper, Paper Excellence, Global Paper Solutions ...
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