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Rachel Ray Switches To Recycled Paper

Everyday with Rachael Ray has announced that the magazine will be printed on 85 percent recycled paper, Folio reports.

“Starting this month, we’re printing our magazine on recycled paper and saving 11,500 trees with every issue – that’s 115,000 trees a year!” Ray wrote in the November issue’s editor’s note.

The chlorine free recycled paper is 10 percent post-consumer waste and 85 percent post-printing waste. The company also switched paper mills, reducing the distance between the mill and the printer by some 900 miles, reducing emissions.

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2 thoughts on “Rachel Ray Switches To Recycled Paper

  1. I wish Oprah would do the same. I have so much respect for Oprah, but everytime I see that thick, hugely popular magazine and I recall that I know Oprah really does care about the future of children, I wonder why her magazine isn’t an environmental leader as well.

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