When it comes to environmental stewardship, the Vanity Fair® brand is committed to continued growth and conservation of our natural resources. By making responsible choices and taking thoughtful actions, we can bring this important conversation to the table along with the napkins you love.

HERE ARE A FEW WAYS WE’RE MAKING THIS HAPPEN:

YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. WE HAVE ANSWERS.

Q. ARE THE TREES USED TO MAKE VANITY FAIR® PRODUCTS SUSTAINABLY SOURCED?

A. All the trees used to make Vanity Fair® products are responsibly sourced and certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® Fiber Sourcing Standard, ensuring that sustainable forestry practices are followed.

Q. ARE VANITY FAIR® NAPKINS RECYCLABLE?

A. No, Vanity Fair® Napkins that are wet or have food residue should not be recycled. However, you can recycle the plastic wrapping our products are packaged in by taking it to any retail store that collects plastic grocery bags for recycling. Visit How2Recycle.info to find a location near you. 
 

Q. ARE VANITY FAIR® NAPKINS MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIALS?

A. Vanity Fair® Napkins are made at facilities using both fiber from trees and very high-quality recycled fibers in order to achieve softness and strength attributes.