Bagasse- and bamboo-based papers marketer Sugarmade expands line, now offering 11x17 inch paper to U.S. and A4 size and roll stock for commercial printing needs worldwide

SAN JOSE, California , March 13, 2012 (press release) – Sugarmade, Inc. /quotes/zigman/6239663 SGMD +30.00% , a marketer and distributor of sustainable tree-free paper products, today announced that it has expanded its line of eco-friendly products, with three new offerings to meet the demands of the global marketplace.

Sugarmade has added 11x17 inch paper for U.S. markets, an A4 size, which meets international requirements, and roll stock for commercial printing needs.

"The initial market acceptance of our paper has been exceptional," said Scott Lantz, Sugarmade's chief executive officer. "Based on conversations with our end-use customers and distributors, we believe there is strong demand for these new products, especially given that our products are environmentally friendly."

Sugarmade paper is 100% tree-free and made entirely of bagasse, a residual by-product of sugarcane, and bamboo, both rapidly renewable resources. The paper is acid free, compostable and recyclable. Sugarmade paper performs on office and home equipment, with no issues related to jamming, misfeeding, paper curl, paper dust or image performance.

About Sugarmade, Inc.

Sugarmade, founded in 2009, engages in marketing and distributing non-tree-based paper products, made from sugarcane bagasse, which is the residual of the sugar manufacturing process, and bamboo. Products include printing, writing and copy paper, among other items, which Sugarmade has begun marketing in the United States and intends to market on a global basis. Based in San Jose, Calif., Sugarmade ensures superior quality through rigorous testing by nationally recognized testing organizations. For more information, please visit .

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