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Many Hallmark greeting cards available in North America are produced on paper with as much as 20% recycled fiber content. Labels on card backs indicate the type of paper used so consumers can make a choice. Learn more about Paper Sourcing at Hallmark and visit the Environmental Responsibility page to read more about Hallmark's company-wide efforts.
Hallmark takes the issue of battery safety seriously. We take steps to secure batteries in all of our products even beyond what is required by current safety standards. Each of our products with a small battery contains either a non-removable fastener or a screw enclosure. Read more on how to identify how batteries are protected in our various products.
Visit the Environmental Responsibility page to read about Hallmark’s ongoing efforts to protect and sustain our planet's natural resources.
In 1915, Hall Brothers purchased engraving presses to begin printing and publishing greeting cards, becoming a manufacturer for the first time.