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Toilet Paper Market Report Update: 2030 Forecast and Trends

The Global Toilet Paper Market size was valued at USD 97,970.00 Million in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 1,41,873.92 Million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 4.20% from 2022 to 2030.

Toilet paper also known as toilet roll is a type of tissue paper and is considered an essential item among tissue papers. Toilet paper has become a bathroom hygiene necessity in most developed countries. It is a multipurpose product and is mainly used in the toilet, for wiping up makeup and spills. 

Toilet paper is one of the most essential items for any toilet. These papers are primarily divided into two categories: at home and away from home. The increasing demand from both of these categories is contributing to the growth of the global market.
Premium goods with ultra-soft, scented, printed, and embossed toilets are gaining popularity in developed economies. On the other side, flushable toilet paper use is rising as a result of the common clogged septic systems.
The growth of the sanitary paper product market has also been aided by the emergence of online distribution channels. Seventy to seventy-five percent of the globe still doesn't use toilet paper because of cost or a lack of infrastructure.

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Top Key Players Covered in Toilet Paper Market

Procter & Gamble Co. (U.S.), Kimberly-Clark (U.S.), Essity AB (Sweden), Georgia-Pacific LLC (U.S.), Hengan Group (China), Sofidel Group (Italy), Kruger Inc. (Canada), Empresas CMPC S.A (Chile), WEPA Hygieneprodukte GmbH (Germany), Unilever (U.K.), ABC Tissue (Australia), Suzano (Brazil), Absormex CMPC Tissue (U.S), Caprice Paper Products Pty. Ltd. (Australia), and Other Major Players

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