PAPER CONVERTING BLOG

What is Chipboard? 4 Important Facts

Posted by Mark Jones on Tue, Nov 28, 2017

Anyone in a business that utilizes different stocks of paper knows that the types, colors, and weights of paper are seemingly endless. There really is paper for just about everything.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Custom Paper Ideas

How Do Restaurants Use Rolls of Paper to Cover Tables?

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, Oct 11, 2017

Butcher and kraft paper have become popular tools of the trade for restaurants from coast to coast. Using paper rolls in a restaurant establishment can have many benefits, from aesthetics, to functionality, to smart and effective branding. Using paper to cover tables has become one of the most popular uses of these types of paper. If you’ve been thinking about trading in tablecloths for rolls of paper to cover tables, you’re in good company.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Butcher Paper

What Do You Really Know About Butcher Block Paper?

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Wed, Sep 13, 2017

What is it about butcher paper that makes it a necessary fixture of any deli, grocer or backyard BBQ? While extremely versatile, the secret behind this specialty paper goes beyond its use as a food basket liner or makeshift placemat.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Butcher Paper

Using Freezer Paper as Stencil Paper: 3 Common Questions Answered

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, Jun 14, 2017

If you love DIY projects then you’re probably always looking for the next best thing when it comes to supplies that can simplify your undertakings and make them more affordable.

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Tags: Food Service Paper

What is The True Difference Between Kraft Paper and Butcher Paper?

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, May 31, 2017

If you’re in a profession or industry that uses kraft paper or butcher paper every day, you may think that the two are entirely different. While they are generally used for different purposes, you may be surprised to learn that butcher paper and kraft paper start out as the same paper.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Butcher Paper

Is Your Restaurant Branding Company Overlooking These 3 Easy Tactics?

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Wed, Feb 22, 2017

As a company specializing in restaurant branding and marketing, you’re well aware of the fierce competition your clients face in the foodservice industry. No matter how unique their concept, or how great their food, they’re still facing towering odds against long-term success. In fact, 60% of new restaurants fail in their first year, and 80% fail within five years.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Butcher Paper

Why are There Different Colors of Steak Paper?

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Thu, Feb 09, 2017

Steak papers are very durable and inhibit the spoilage of meat, poultry and fish. Colorful steak paper can also help meat, poultry and seafood stand out in grocery, butcher or deli display cases. The right color of food service paper can make a great impact on the presentation of fresh fish or Prime Angus steak in your butcher case. Not only do the various colors look nice, they actually were created for specific uses.

Here are some of the most common colors of steak paper and what they are used for:
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Tags: Food Service Paper, Butcher Paper

Dish It: 3 Easy Restaurant Marketing Wins You Can Start Using Today

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Wed, Jan 18, 2017

No matter what menu options you offer, where you’re located, or who your head chef is, every restaurant can benefit from some quick, cheap, and easy marketing wins to help boost sales and give yourself an edge on the competition.

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Tags: Food Service Paper

Drab Deli Wrap? How to Add Value to Sandwich Wrapping Paper

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, Oct 05, 2016

If your foodservice business involves making sandwiches to go, you may be using butcher paper or something similar to keep those sandwiches and wraps looking and tasting great while making them convenient for customers to grab and go without making a mess.

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Tags: Food Service Paper

Using Black Steak Paper to Transform Meat Displays from Boring to Luxe

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, Jul 06, 2016

Have you ever gone to the grocery store for no other reason than to buy a piece of steak? We would argue it’s pretty uncommon. More than likely, we go to the grocery store to pick up the essentials always needed in the house (milk, eggs, bread, etc.) and perhaps the ingredients needed to put together some meals for the coming week.

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Tags: Food Service Paper