Fat paper

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Cheeseburger on grease paper in which it was wrapped

Grease paper is a paper coated with silicone on both sides , in which food can be wrapped in a grease-proof and aroma- protecting manner.

It is most frequently used in the fast food sector, as well as in the bakery and butcher's trade , where very fatty foods such as hamburgers , sausage , cheese or chocolate-containing biscuits such as Florentines are packaged for the customer.

The paper, sometimes also known as parchment substitute or sandwich paper, is made grease-proof by extremely fine grinding of cellulose fibers with the addition of additives, in particular silicone.

Silicone paper is also found on the back of stickers .

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