Kona® Paper

Kona Paper is made with fiber derived from burlap coffee bean bags that have already served a useful life. The used packaging is being diverted from landfills and turned into innovative new paper and board products.

Take the next step today by choosing renewable and recyclable materials for your merchandising programs.Take the next step today by choosing renewable and recyclable materials for your merchandising programs.

Up to 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Content

Closing a loop in the coffee supply chain, we’re diverting packaging materials from the waste stream and turning them into beautiful performance papers for a broad range of applications.

Natural Aesthetic

The roasted shades and variegated fibers impart a beautiful and natural aesthetic that is smooth to the touch and pleasing to the eye. Kona is available in Light, Medium and Honey Roast shades.



Made with the environment in mind, Kona Paper manufactured carbon neutral (VERs) using 100 percent renewable Green-e certified wind powered electricity (RECs) under a third-party certified ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. Monadnock uses elemental chlorine free virgin fiber. All papers are made process chlorine free. Monadnock is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified and will manufacture your product with responsibly sourced virgin or post-consumer waste fiber.


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KONA® is a registered trademark of Arch Paper LLC.

Made with the Environment in Mind

Specifying Kona Papers from Monadnock demonstrates responsible sourcing and a commitment to the reduction of waste to landfill.