NewPage has a special affinity for June Dairy Month. Specialty paper grades made at several NewPage mills are used in the packaging of many dairy products. For example, the paper used for wrapping sticks of butter and your favorite ice cream sandwich, novelty or cone is made at the Stevens Point mill. The paper needed for labels on milk jugs is made at the Escanaba, Mich., mill. Paper for labels on packaged cheese is made at NewPage's Rumford, Maine, Luke, Md., and Escanaba, Mich., mills. NewPage mills also make paper and paperboard that is used in the packaging of yogurt, cream cheese, creamer, sour cream and cottage cheese. "Many NewPage papers are hard at work labeling, preserving and protecting the various dairy products that we enjoy every day," said John Reichert, Stevens Point mill manager.
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