Reynolds Wrap® 024 Heavy-Duty Aluminum Foil, 37.5 Sq.ft.
Sometimes you need something a little stronger than standard foil. That's where Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil comes in. Offers perfect protection against both high heat and freezing cold. Heavy Duty Foil is available in a wider 18" roll, making it perfect for covering or lining larger roasting pans or making or folding larger foil packets.
- Capacity: 37.5 Sq.ft.
- Size: 18" x 8.33 Yard
- 98.5% aluminum
- Heavy duty aluminum foil
- Able to withstand high heat and extreme cold
- Perfect for everything from grilling to freezer storage
- Offers extra protection from freezer burn when wrapping foods for freezer storage.
Reynolds Wrap® heavy duty offering is ideal for tough jobs like:
- Lining pans for use in the oven
- Freezing meals ahead or storing leftovers
- Making foil packets to lock in moisture and flavor when you grill.
Lock in Flavor
- Use foil packets for delicious, easy meals in the oven or on the grill.
- Line pans with foil to capture all the roasted goodness without messy cleanup.
Keep Food Fresh
- Use foil to wrap and store meals ahead in the freezer and pull out when you need them.
Is Reynolds Wrap® Made in the USA?
- YES, Reynolds Wrap® Foil is made in the USA. Reynolds Wrap® aluminum foil is 98.5% aluminum. The balance is primarily iron and silicon. These are added to give the strength and puncture resistance obtained only in the alloy used in Reynolds household foil. Reynolds Wrap® aluminum foil contains no recycled material and complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements for direct contact with food.
What side of the foil should I use, shiny or dull?
- With standard and heavy duty foil, it's perfectly fine to place your food on either side so you can decide if you prefer to have the shiny or dull side facing out.
Is aluminum foil recyclable?
- Yes, aluminum foil can be recycled. However, every community's recycling program is unique, so be sure to check if aluminum foil is accepted by your local government or recycling provider.
When should I use Heavy Duty Foil vs. Standard Foil?
- Both Reynolds® Heavy Duty and Standard Foil have excellent strength and can be used in a variety of situations.
- Standard gauge foil does a great job when lining and covering 13"x9" or smaller pans, for wrapping sandwiches and other light items, and for making small packets for oven cooking.
- Heavy Duty foil should be used when extra sturdiness is needed. Some examples include handling food during prep, cooking, or storage such as lining grills or broiler pans, and for making multiple serving size packets for the grill or oven. This kind of foil also offers extra protection from freezer burn when wrapping foods for freezer storage.