Recycled Aluminum Foil 50 sq ft

50 sq ft roll

Retail Price: $5.59


Our Price: $4.25 (Save 24%)

50 sq ft roll

Why You’ll Love It

If You Care® 100% Recycled Aluminum Foil uses 95% less energy to produce than regular aluminum foil, and it can be recycled over and over again. But it's good to more than just the environment: it protects food against light, oxygen, humidity, and bacteria, too. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
SKU: 770009120114

About This Brand

Kitchen and household products crafted to have the least environmental impact. If You Care was conceived of as a brand of environmentally friendly kitchen and household products. The first If You Care products were unbleached coffee filters, and they were launched in 1990. These were the first unbleached coffee filters in the U.S. All If You Care paper products are unbleached and totally chlorine free. Since no chlorine is used for bleaching, no chlorine is dumped into our lakes, rivers and streams.
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Ingredients

100% recycled aluminum.Cardboard packaging: Recycled, processed chlorine-free (PCF).


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Reviews For Recycled Aluminum Foil 50 sq ft

Based on 4 Reviews

Nearly the same as Reynolds

This is a good foil, but you just have to be careful tearing it off as it is slightly thinner than Reynolds, and will rip if you're not careful. But in terms of lining my bakeware and covering food, it's just as good as original made foil, but it's recycled, so it's much better for the environment. You can also buy the heavy duty foil if you want something thicker, but this is more than enough for my everyday needs.

- Wendy Hunter

Perfect for Small Jobs

I don't generally use a lot of aluminum foil because I find it harder than most things to recycle, but seeing that this foil was made of recycled foil made want to really give it a shot. I don't do a lot of big jobs with foil, I don't store food in it unless placing it in the freezer, and I don't generally use it for heavy duty jobs.
For all of these reasons I can say that this foil is perfect for my needs. I pack the occasional hoagie in aluminum foil to send to work with my husband, but generally I use this to line my cookie pans if I don't have a baking sheet handy and for covering up dishes while baking. I don't mind that this foil is thinner than most because it feels like less materials were used to make it and it has worked wonderfully for all my needs. If one was looking for a super thick, sturdy option, this isn't it, but it is great for small jobs or for baking/sandwich storage.

- Stassia

No Need to Apply for Large Foil Jobs

The fact this aluminum foil is environmentally friendly is what closed the deal for me. I love that is helps keep bacteria out of the food I want to store. And Thrive Market offers the price of this aluminum foil at a 24% discount.

However, this foil should be regulated to sandwiches and smaller items. This aluminum foil, which is awesome for the Earth, will not stand up to heavy cover-up jobs.

- Adrian Mendez

Thinner than average foil

Overall this foil does the job in terms of lining a baking sheet or wrapping a sandwich but it is definitely significantly thinner than other aluminum foils that I have purchased. I like the fact that it is environmentally friendly and well priced and for my purposes it is adequate but if you need a sturdier foil this might not be for you.

- Una

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