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Oddy Uniwraps Food Wrapping Paper, 278 mm x 20 m, White

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20Metre - Pack of 1
Paper Roll
  • Wrap Roti, Parantha, Sandwich, Burger & More! Keeps food Safe & Fresh, Great for Wrapping & Packing.
  • Non-Stick, Grease Locking and Moisture Balancing
  • 100% organic cellulose, Reheatable, Non Stick, Microwave Safe and Attractive Prints
  • Certified food grade paper
  • Size: 278mm width X 20 Meters,Food Wrapping Roll - 1 Pc
  • Keeps the food fresh and hygienic for a longer period of time and even hot.

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Product details

Style: 20Metre - Pack of 1 | Pattern: Paper Roll
  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 5 x 5 cm ; 177 g
  • Item model number: WRA20
  • ASIN: B0142QU9J4
  • Date first available at Amazon.in: 13 February 2015
  • Customer Reviews:
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product description

Style Name:20Metre - Pack of 1  |  Design:Paper Roll

Oddy India launches Oddy uniwraps, a multi-purpose food grade paper ideal for wrapping your everyday meals like paranthas, rotis, burgers, sandwiches and many more such items. It is heat resistant up to 220 degree Celsius, non-sticky, certified for contact with food and keeps food fresher than aluminium foil due to its breathable material which optimizes the moisture content of your food. Now make your packed meals fun and keep it fresh by using Oddy uniwraps food wrapping paper, which comes in an attractive print so that your kids would never bring a full tiff-in box back. Our product is recommended by Chef Ajay Chopra, Ex- judge on popular TV reality show Master Chef India aired on Star Plus. He is currently hosting many TV shows like Hi Tea on Food Channel, Veggistan on NDTV Good Times, Chop Chopra on YouTube etc. Paper is heat resistant up to 220 degree Celsius or 428 Fahrenheit. The product can be safely used in microwave ovens within this range.


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