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Packaging Features

Free dispenser for friers who ditch cardboard boxes



In a bid to get friers to experience effortless dispensing of cling film, aluminium foil and baking parchment paper, Wrap Film Systems is giving away free samples of its Wrapmaster Duo and Wrapmaster Compact as part of its Wrap Smart campaign.


The dispensers are said to offer improved kitchen efficiency, less packaging waste and a 35% reduction in product waste.

Friers can get “Wrap Smart” and bag themselves a free pre-loaded Wrapmaster Duo or Compact simply by visiting www.wrap-smart.co.uk. The Wrapmaster Duo dispenses two types of material, or can be used for large volume users of one material. Taking up 40% less space than having two dispensers, it can distribute cling film, aluminium foil, non-stick foil, foil lined parchment, or roasting film.

The Wrapmaster Compact, meanwhile, is perfect for those smaller kitchens with limited space, taking up the same area as a traditional 30cm cutter box.

Paul Feery, marketing director, Wrap Film Systems, comments: “We’ve all experienced the frustrations of tangled and ripped cling film. In a professional kitchen when the pressure is on, efficiency is everything and something as simple as dispensing cling film shouldn’t be a headache. We want the industry to “Wrap Smart” and speed up operations, reduce wastage and above all save money, which is why we’re launching our new campaign.”

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