According to Reynolds, this product debuted back in April or May, but we haven't noticed it in our local grocery stores. It's foil made from 100 percent recycled aluminum. We already recycle our aluminum foil
, but this is taking things one step further—and mainstream! Anyone used it?
Aluminum is one material that can be recycled over and over again, which makes it a no-brainer that there would be recycled foil on the market. We've seen other brands like If You Care, but Reynolds really reaches a wide audience, and we're going to guess (although we can't say for sure) that it's less expensive than some smaller brands.
The packaging is also green, made from recycled paperboard and printed with water-based inks.
We first read about this foil on Bon Appétit's website, and we were surprised we haven't seen it yet in New York. Maybe we're just not looking hard enough. We're curious if anyone has bought and used this foil. Is it as thick and durable as you'd like it to be?
• Visit Reynolds' website.
• Read the blog article at Bon Appétit.
posted originally from: TheKitchn