Iceland Extra Thick Kitchen Foil 300Mm X 12M

(16 customer reviews)

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Iceland Extra Thick Kitchen Foil 300Mm X 12M

(16 customer reviews)

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£1.00
8p per 1 metre

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WARNING. Under certain conditions salt in food or seasonings can cause discolouration and on occasion small holes. This can often be prevented by lightly coating the foil surface with cooking oil.

Extra Thick Kitchen Foil 300Mm X 12M (Approx): SUITABLE FOR Cooking, roasting, grilling. Keeping food fresh and keeping out odours. Wrapping and covering food

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Packed in the U.K. for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW.

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Customer Reviews

(16 customer reviews)

Good value and strong can be used for most things for cooking and wrapping

Good value and perfectly adequate for cooking and wrapping,didn’t seem to stick to food like some. Will definitely buy again .

Good quality for the price paid.

Excellent good quality good value for money

Very good quality and great to use

Excellent product, good price, very thick!

Not as thick as I expected,

Great value will buy again

Very good and strong and plenty of it

Good product really good price


Ingredients

WARNING. Under certain conditions salt in food or seasonings can cause discolouration and on occasion small holes. This can often be prevented by lightly coating the foil surface with cooking oil.