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Food Prep Smallwares > Meat Processing Tools > Cotton Twine & Netting

12 Ply Butchers Twine

Stock No.: 84226 Vendor Part No.: 050671 050671 Unbranded
Price: $20.11
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  • 1425 ft with a tensile strength of 40.6 lbs
  • Biodegradable for eco-friendliness
  • Variety of uses for everyday convenience
  • Durable 12-ply poly-cotton blend

Also known as cooking string or kitchen twine, butchers twine is oven safe and is most often used with meat. It is important to choose the right type of string to use when cooking so that the fibers don't melt in the oven when cooked at high temperatures. This 12 Ply Butchers Twine is perfect for use in commercial kitchens.

This 12 Ply Butchers Twine is made of a strong, 12 ply poly-cotton blend. It can be used for multiple commercial purposes, such as hand packing or in automatic wrapping machines. It can also be used for food preparation processes such as sausage linking. You can either use it with a holder or mount it on a wall, depending on the setup of your commercial kitchen and your preferences. This twine is sold in a 2 lb. cone and is biodegradable. It also comes available in 20 ply.

Are you looking for cotton twine and netting you can use in your commercial kitchen? Check out our range of meat processing tools in our collection of food prep smallwares today. Hubert stocks a wide selection of products at the best prices and you can find products you require to suit your commercial purposes when you browse our online shop.

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