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1. Safety of Food Packaging: Greaseproof paper is commonly used in food packaging, especially for oily foods such as fries, popcorn, chicken wings, etc. It effectively prevents oil penetration, maintains the freshness and texture of the food, and avoids direct contact between oil and the packaging container, reducing food contamination.
2. Environmental Friendliness: With the increasing global awareness of environmental protection, greaseproof paper, as an eco-friendly material, can replace some plastic packaging, reducing the generation of plastic waste. Some greaseproof paper products do not contain toxic substances such as PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) and PFOS (perfluorooctane sulfonate), which may exist in plastic packaging and may pose health risks with long-term use.
3. Recyclability: Greaseproof paper can be recycled after use, reducing environmental pollution and promoting resource recycling. Some greaseproof paper products have good breathability, suitable for packaging hot food, and are more convenient to recycle.
4. Enhancing the Functionality of Food Packaging: The development and application of greaseproof paper have improved the performance of food packaging in terms of oil resistance, waterproofing, heat resistance, etc. These enhancements in functionality enable greaseproof paper to meet a wider range of food packaging needs, improving the overall performance of packaging.
5. Economic Benefits: Although the research and production costs of greaseproof paper may be relatively high, its widespread application in the food packaging field and environmental characteristics make it economically beneficial in the market. In the long run, using greaseproof paper can reduce losses caused by food contamination and increase the added value of food.
6. Protection of Consumer Health: The use of greaseproof paper reduces potential harmful substances in food packaging, such as PFAS (perfluoroalkyl substances), which may be associated with various health issues including cancer, immune system problems, etc. Therefore, using greaseproof paper helps protect consumer health.