Here’s something else you might not know. If you tend to interchange and use either cling wrap or foil depending on what is close at hand, you might not be doing what is best for your food. If you need to cover acidic foods, you’ll want to choose cling wrap over foil as cling wrap doesn’t react with anything. You can also seal it tighter than foil so it’s better for foods that may go brown quickly like avocados and apples. Many people also put their meat in metal tins for marinating, but make sure you cover it with cling wrap not foil, as the tight plastic seal can help to accelerate the marinating process.
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Cling wrap was accidentally invented back in 1933, by Ralph Wiley. At this time, it wasn’t used for covering food or dishes, instead it was originally used by the military to spray on planes and other vehicles, protecting them from rust and other deterioration. It wasn’t until 1949 that it was used on foods, and it didn’t become available for home use until 1953. Now, wholesale cling wrap is used not only in kitchens, but also in warehouses to seal all kinds of items. So, when you need wholesale cling wrap, of any size, take a look at our range here at Aberdeen Paper.