Which paper products AREN'T the Koch Brothers involved in?
Seriously, need to know quick
P&G owns Charmin.
But it's actually made by Kimberly-Clark, owned by STATE STREET Corp. of Boston and Vanguard, the same people who brought you Willard Mittens Romney.
I switched to Charmin and Bounty towels.
Don't use the paper plates ot cups they manifacture either.
International Paper is not a Koch operation.
Cottonelle is a Koch free brand.
Scott is also Koch-free although to repeat, Kimberly-Clark brands are also in the hand of right wing nutters.
International Paper is your best bet.
That's interesting, r2. Seeing as how I was in PA last month and P&G was still producing Charmin at the plant.
Where did you get your info?
One of the Koch brothers is gay. So even if you accidentally buy their paper products, a portion of the profits goes to one of our own. The following is a listing of their paper products holdings.
Georgia-Pacific is a paper and pulp company that produces "Brawny" paper towels, "Angel Soft" toilet paper, "Mardi Gras" napkins and towels, "Quilted Northern" toilet paper and paper towels, "Dixie" paper plates, bowls, napkins and cups, "Sparkle" paper towels, and "Vanity Fair" paper napkins, bowls, plates and tablecloths. The Atlanta-based company has operations in 27 states
Correction, one of the Koch Brothers is straight.
[quote]Which paper products AREN'T the Koch Brothers involved in?