Have you been thinking about how your sustainable journey is going?
If you’ve been looking for ways to reduce your kitchen’s impact on the environment, the team at Wrapmaster® have launched a game changer for professional kitchens, that can help in one simple switch.
Wrapmaster® has expanded its Sustainable Collection with an all-new Wrapmaster® Compostable Cling Film that gives chefs an excellent general-purpose wrap. The best bit is, that it is biodegradable in home or industrial composting environments.
Switching to a sustainable alternative that works, has never been so simple, here’s what you need to know on the latest launch from the wrap experts.
No Compromise, Just Compost!
With no compromise on quality, Wrapmaster’s Compostable Cling Film is made from biodegradable and compostable polymers that break down in composting environments. It’s PLA-free and not made from any food crop or vegetable sources, making it better for the environment. Better yet, it’s also doesn’t contain Plasticizer, BPA, Phthalates or PVC.
Sustainability Wrapped Up
You can use it as you would regular cling film and cover or wrap any types of food. It’s also safe to use in the fridge and freezer*, making it an excellent solution for protecting food, preserving flavour, and reducing your food waste in one simple move – job done!
By using this cling film with the Craft Guild of Chefs AAA approved Wrapmaster® ultimate chef wrap system, it’s never been easier to make the switch and reduce your kitchen’s impact on the environment.
Designed with Quality in Mind
Wrapmaster® Compostable Cling Film is certified OK compost HOME (S2645) and OK compost INDUSTRIAL (S2645) by the technical experts at TÜV AUSTRIA, one of the leading certification and inspection organizations, so you know your food and the environment are in safe hands.
Wrapmaster® Compostable Cling Film is available now and can be used with your favourite Wrapmaster® 4500 and Wrapmaster® Duo systems.
Happy composting, chefs!
* please don’t dispose of Wrapmaster® Compostable Cling Film in plastic recycling facilities, and it can’t be used in a traditional or microwave oven.