We know you’re interested in searching for something more sustainable like recyclable products and packaging for front and back of house operations.
As market leaders it has long been the desire of Cofresco Foodservice, brand owners of Wrapmaster, to support sustainability and recyclability in professional kitchens. We are continually looking to ensure that our product range is fit for the future. We have a dedicated NPD team based in Germany and in the UK working on sustainable and recyclable products and alternatives.
By 2025 our aim is for all our products to be 100% circular. This means that we will only use recycled or renewable materials in the production process, and all our products will be recyclable or compostable after use, the prerequisite is the necessary technologies being available to us.
We would like to introduce you to our current range of sustainable products and future innovations that are in line with our 100% circular mission.
Our recyclable^ PE Cling Film is a general-purpose Cling Film suitable for covering and wrapping all food types.
^Please check your local facilities for PE Cling Film recycling options including major supermarkets.
Our NPD team have developed a general-purpose PE Cling Film with 35% recycled resources.**
Our NPD team are working on Compostable Cling Film options and believe that compostability is a good alternative to recyclability.
Our NPD team is looking at future innovations which include manufacturing Cling Film with chemically recycled polymers to fully embrace the recycling loop.
Wrapmaster Baking Parchment is perfect for all baking requirements. It has excellent non-stick quality eliminating the need to pre-grease.
A range of patented, reusable food-grade silicone lids that fit most international sizes of gastronorm trays and steam pans, including stainless steel, plastic, polycarbonate, melamine and ceramic used in professional kitchens.
Speak to our Customer Service Team now on +44 (0)1952 678800
*Independent Chef Panel Research, 100 participants Nov 2018
**2nd Generation Bioplastic. Made from 2nd generation feedstock, i.e. feedstock not suitable for food or feed. It can be either non-food crops (e.g. cellulose) or waste materials from 1st generation feedstock (e.g. waste vegetable oils)