Frequently asked questions
You can sign up at https://www.dixie.com/paper-plates-coupons. Additionally, you can look for coupons in your local newspapers and retailer's advertisements for offers that may be available throughout the year. Currently, Georgia-Pacific does not offer any discount coupons or free samples for our products via mail.
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Not at this time, however, you can save our coupons for later printing using the GCN Grocery Coupon Network app.
There is two-time print maximum per coupon.
A coupon can only be redeemed one time.
Print-at-home coupons from our brand site expire 30 days from when the coupon is printed.
The Soak Proof Shield™ is a proprietary coating that complies with FDA regulations regarding products intended for food contact.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is not used in, nor is it intentionally added to, any of our products.
No, our products do not contain any wheat, rye, barley, oats or any of their by-products
All of our products are proudly made in the USA and Canada.
The date on the package is the manufacturing date.
Our products can be used safely in a microwave for reheating food. However, the capabilities of the microwave, the type of food and reheating practices all vary, so we do not make any specific guarantees about the use of our plates and bowls in the microwave. We advise using caution when reheating in a microwave and to always follow the microwave manufacturer's directions.
Dixie Plates and Bowls
Most plastic wraps are now required to meet strict FDA standards for safe use in a microwave. Be sure to check that your plastic wrap container states that it is "microwave safe." Because microwaves heat food faster than plastic, make sure to leave space between the plastic wrap and food to prevent the wrap from melting. If you are concerned about using plastic wrap in the microwave, try using a paper towel to prevent splatter and contain moisture without the risk of melting.
Dixie plates may be recycled when clean and dry. So, when deciding whether to recycle or toss, remember—if you ate a dry, mess-free meal like a quick sandwich and chips, just dust off those crumbs and dispose of the plate in the recycling bin. If you ate a messy, saucy meal that left grease stains on the plate, then dispose of it in the trash. Be sure to check acceptance with your local recycling program.
Acceptance of paper cups in recycling programs is very limited due to the coating used on the interior to hold liquids and prevent leaks. Such facilities may or may not be available in your area.
In 2005, Georgia-Pacific discontinued the wall-mounted dispenser in favor of a new, dual-size cup dispenser. Our new dispenser fits both 3-oz and 5-oz cups and sits on a countertop or other flat surface. The new dual-size dispenser is available at major retailers and grocery chains.
Yes, our insulated Dixie® To Go cups keep cold beverages cold and hot beverages hot.
Yes, both sizes (12 oz and 16 oz) of Dixie® To Go cups fit under most single-serve coffee brewers.
No, our Dixie® To Go cups are made from paper with a polyethylene coating and contain approximately 80% cellulose fiber by weight.