Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack

1 Ply - 500 Per Pack - 500 / Pack - 11.50" x 12.50" - Brown

Reg. Price $11.58

Our Price $10.02 Per Pack

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Absorbent, soft, 1-ply napkins for use at home or in lunches
Dimensions: 11.50" x 12.50"
500 napkins per pack; 1 pack per carton
90% post-consumer material
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Seventh Generation, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Seventh Generation
Packaged Quantity
500 / Pack
Product Type
Paper Napkin
500 Per Pack
Number of Plys
Full Size
11.50" x 12.50"
Food Service


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Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack

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Better than

By jaericks

from Ohio

Comments about Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack:

I've been using these for years, with children and now with teens. They are stronger and better than any of the other everyday paper napkins out there. Even when eating messy finger foods, one napkin will last through an entire meal as opposed to so many other brands which require you keep reaching for a new one after every finger wipe.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great napkins!

By Kellyco

from Boston, MA

Comments about Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack:

I have been using these napkins for years and have been very happy with them. They are sturdy and do not fall apart when wet. I like the fact that they are unbleached and actually prefer the brown color over white.


Brown is OK

By HobbitR2

from San Francisco, CA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack:

I have used these for a long time, and don't mind the brown color. However, I don't have children so am not wiping up spilt milk, etc. They work fine for me.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Missed the boat on this one


from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Recycled Napkin - 500 per pack:

These disintegrate when they come in contact with anything even moist. And are not very absorbent. And the package is large too - so you are left with lots of useless paper.

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