Natural Kraft Freezer Paper

Performance coated freezer paper for any need

Commonly called “Freezer Wrap,” Natural Kraft Freezer Paper the is most environmentally friendly Polycoated freezer paper. The base sheet is Natural in color and is made from Recycled materials. The other side contains the coating needed to prevent freezer burn and provide superior holdout from various moistures.

PE coated papers are widely used in food service and other varied applications. Natural Kraft Freezer Paper is often used in supermarkets at the seafood and butcher counters. Grocery stores use it by printing their name and logo on the rolls and sheets. It’s an even better deli, bread, cheese, and seafood wrap than freezer paper, while also serving well as a fish or floral wrap.

All of these grades offer high moisture resistance because the PE barriers won’t crack at cold temperatures. They are easily stripped, prevent “freezer burn”, maintain chemical inertness, and have no odor, yet are dispensed and sealed as easily as any roll of paper.

It offers good yield, significant strength, 5lb. or 7lb. (per 3m ft2) of Novopol PE coating, and is a good value versus most other alternative materials. The polyethylene liner keeps things like grease, ketchup, mayonnaise, or oil from leaking through. The paper presents a clean white surface for writing or labeling. It can be sealed with water activated or pressure sensitive tapes or labels. It can also be heat sealed by putting two poly edges together and applying heat. It has a wide range of other uses, such as paint masking. The material is FDA approved for direct food contact.

Standard Basis Weights Available

Weight 35/5#

Product Availability:

Rolls
(width)
15″ 18″ 20″ 24″
Sheets 15″ x 20″ 18″ x 24″ 20″ x 30″ 24″ x 26″
Standard Linear Footage
(per roll)
Basis Weight Footage
35/5#’ 1,000’ or 1,100’

Notes

  • Other sizes available upon request.
  • All rolls will be individually shrink-wrapped.
  • Rolls can also be individually boxed upon request.
  • Sheets are available bulk packed on skids, packed in Kraft wrapped bundles, or boxed.