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Types of Food Wrapping Paper

Types of Food Wrapping Paper

You must have observed different kinds of paper while eating a variety of foods. You should notice next that these all papers our different. The paper on which you wrap burgers is different from the one in which you wrap cookies.

Here are different kinds of food wraps you must know about.

Sandwich Paper

While sandwich wrap paper is most commonly used to wrap sandwiches, it may also be used to package sides, pretzels, pastries, and other items. The open style of traditional sandwich wrap paper makes it excellent for wrapping sandwiches, hot dogs, and bratwursts, as well as lining service baskets. It may also be used to wrap hamburgers in. Sandwich wrap paper with a double open pattern works well for wrapping flat things like pastries, pretzels, and cookies. For further versatility, this paper may also be used as a cone basket liner.

Butcher Paper

Butcher paper, also known as Kraft paper, is a coarse, strong material used to wrap meat and fish. Fishmongers, butchers, and even craftsmen utilize it frequently. Although the most butcher wrapping paper is sized for wet strength and leak resistance, bigger rolls, such as 24", 30", and 36", are generally left untreated because they are rarely used for meat wrapping (rather, they are utilized for crafts or table coverings). Sharpies, pens, pencils, and crayons work well on butcher paper.

Freezer/Coated Kraft Paper

Freezer paper, like butcher paper, is a coarse, robust material. It has one side of low-density polyethene laminated for strength, leak resistance, and freezer burn protection for up to a year. It's great for wrapping and storing fresh fish, chicken, and cheese, as well as wraps and sandwiches. Freezer paper is also excellent for wrapping noodles and is widely used in the pasta business. Freezer paper is excellent for keeping food fresh in the refrigerator and freezer. Because of the poly coating, freezer paper is OK to write on with a pen, pencil, or crayon just on the exterior.

Wax Paper

Wax paper, also known as paraffin paper, is a form of paper that has been waxed to provide a smooth surface that prevents other objects from clinging to it. By adding wax to the paper, it becomes resistant to moisture transitions in both directions, keeping moist food wrapped in such paper moist and preventing dry items from becoming wet. Wax paper is suitable for sharpie writing and is tape-friendly.

Dry Wax Paper

Dry wax paper is a form of bleached Kraft paper that goes through a dry waxing process that embeds wax into the sheet without leaving any residue on the surface. Dry wax paper is ideal for hot food applications such as wrapping sandwiches and lining pizza boxes since the wax coating is pressed into the paper and will not transfer to your product.

Both sides of wet wax paper are waxed to provide a high-gloss, water-resistant surface. Wet wax paper is a great packing option for chilled foods like sandwiches and veggies, and it may also be used as a waxed butcher paper for chicken, fish, steaks, and beef. It is also known as dipping paper or tray liner in the confectionery industry.

Cheese Paper

Cheese paper is divided into two categories: storage and presentation.

This paper is ideal for storing cheeses since it keeps them fresh and prevents them from drying out or being contaminated. Cheese paper may be used to garnish charcuterie boards, add an extra degree of colour, and elevate your presentation design to the next level for exhibition reasons.



  • Last updated on Sep 29, 2022