Burton Rubin came up with the idea for E-Z Wider in 1969 while attending Law School in Miami. Rubin noticed his "smoking" classmates were putting two leaves together to make double wide papers. Some time later Rubin met Bob Stiller through Rubin's then wife. In 1971, Rubin wrote to over 11 European companies in hopes of beginning production. Manufactures Jean, a company located in Santander, Spain responded. Bob Stiller, invested the required funds for inventory with a loan from his father. Rubin's completed negotiations with French company, Machines Chambon, to buy an interleaving machine. This allowed the company to be less dependent on one source. Initial production began in Spain and uses Arabic gum which contains no artificial ingredients.

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