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Food Grade Cardboard?

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Our customers keep request that we make available some of our products, uncooked . . . frozen, so that they can easily thaw and bake them at home.

We have a nice box, and we want to lay the portioned out, unbaked cookies on a wax cardboard and then shrink wrap it . . and place it in the box.

I can't seem to find any Food Grade Cardboard or Waxed Cardboard to do this. I have googled twenty ways to the moon, and still nothing.

Anyone have any resources for this?
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The King of Pops
TC Pops, A Division of Teddy Cakes, LLC

http://tcpops.com
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post #2 of 3
Wouldn't any old cake circle work? That is food grand and ubiquitous....

am I missing something?
post #3 of 3
Are these what you're looking for?
http://www.honeymoonpaper.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=246

http://www.newmethodpackaging.com/store.asp?pid=24596&catid=19933

If not, search for "bakeable trays" or "bake-in trays" for a variety of other shapes and sizes.
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