Papa John’s is launching its first “flush” toilet paper dispenser in the United States this week, and it will be the first in the world to have a dedicated toilet paper slot.
The new dispenser is designed to work with all brands of toilet paper, including those from major U.S. brands such as Red Lobster, Costco, and Sam’s Club.
The dispenser will be available on shelves nationwide this week and is expected to ship out in April.
The product will cost $29.99 per piece, a cost that makes it the most expensive toilet paper available.
That’s a good price for the paper itself, which is expected cost $3.99 to make.
In addition to being the most affordable toilet paper in the US, it will also be the most convenient one.
The disposable version of the dispenser features a removable plastic handle and a plastic tray, with a single roll of toilet tissue to go with it.
The roll is designed for small, one-tenth-inch rolls of toilet tissues.
The paper dispensers, which can be bought separately, are designed to use any brand of toiletpaper, and the paper has to be pressed on a paper roller to produce a clean, flush toilet paper.
The device also has an automatic roll dispenser, which allows users to refill the dispensers in about 15 minutes, according to the company.
For the first time, the company is shipping a product with a separate dispenser for every brand of disposable toilet paper it sells.
The company said it will release more information about the product in the coming weeks.
For now, the dispensing features are only available to the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and United States.
There’s a lot of pressure on PapaJohn’s to deliver on its promise of a new toilet paper option.
Its toilet paper is considered a top-of-the-line product for its size, price, and availability.
However, the price tag for this toilet paper maker’s product is only about $1.99, a fraction of the $8.50 that it would cost in the U, U.A.R., and UK.
There are also a lot more countries where toilet paper isn’t widely available, such as China, India, and South Africa.
The United States, however, has a significant population of consumers who prefer to use disposable paper.