If You Care - Recycled Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil, 30 sq. ft.
A kitchen essential, If You Care’s extra strong 100% recycled aluminum foil is a trusty home item to protect food and support your cooking & baking adventures!
- Made from 100% recycled aluminum
- Uses 95% less energy to produce than standard aluminum foil
- Recycled packaging
- Extra strong
- No added chlorine
- No toxins
Aluminum foil is one of those basic kitchen and home items that subtly keeps everything ticking along. It’s so essential you barely notice when it’s there, but you certainly notice when it’s not.
‘We haven’t got any foil!’ is the sentence we dread to hear screamed through the garden when we’ve already started the BBQ. So let’s avoid all those panicked runs to the shop, shall we?
Make sure you have If You Care’s Recycled Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil permanently in stock in your kitchen cupboard at home along with the rest of your cooking and baking supplies.
The environmentally friendly option, this Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil is made from 100% recycled aluminum with a process that uses 5% of the energy used in standard aluminum foil manufacturing.
On top of all that, the cardboard packaging is 100% recycled too. These guys really do care!
100% Recycled aluminum, cardboard packaging: Recycled, processed chlorine-free (PCF)
Frequently asked questions
What is aluminum?
Aluminum is a soft, lightweight, and malleable metal. These qualities make it the perfect material for things like kitchen utensils, automobiles, appliances, and machinery.
Found in the ground, aluminum is mined for human use. This is an energy-intensive process, which is why using recycled aluminum foil such as If You Care’s is the best choice if you have the planet in mind.
What can I use aluminum foil for?
Aluminum foil helps to protect food from oxidizing, and therefore going bad. Wrapping food tightly in foil will retain moisture, nutrients and protect your food from exposure to the air.
You can use aluminum foil for a huge range of cooking and baking purposes. Some of them include BBQs, wrapping sandwiches, covering leftover food for the next day, lining baking tins and trays, and making food transportable for a picnic.