If Fiora paper products look familiar, then you know about Paseo, the paper towel and toilet paper brand that got its paper from the forests inhabited by endangered tigers in Indonesia. Basically, the company, Oasis Brands, just replaced the word "PASEO" with the word "fiora" (perhaps the new all lowercase word represents their chastisement for endangering animals) on the same packaging design. Let's hope Oasis has really changed the source of its paper and are no longer endangering tigers as well! That's what the company is claiming anyway. They're even trying to do some good for people in need now.
If the World Wildlife Fund or another independent source such as the Forest Stewardship Council verifies Oasis's claims, I could see buying its products again.
I just don't want to buy paper towels soaked in tiger blood.
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