What surprises many people when living in Japan is the made in Japan food wrap, it's just perfect! How is the usability and safety of overseas-made wraps different from those made in Japan? Let's have a look about the wraps!
How is the food wrap quality in your country?
Nowadays, you can easily buy wraps of other countries. There are many people who are interested and try various food wraps. But how is the quality? Are they safe?
Press’n Seal is bestseller in United States.
Blue slider cuts the wrap. Slider type is quite famous, but are they the best...?
So many "BAD" from worldwide
First of all, it doesn't come out smooth.
I need help.
The wrap seems to stick good,
but it's useless unless it doesn't come out.
Therefore, you need to use fingers to support the roll.
Next, about the blade.
No good. It just helps to stretch, won't cut at all.
I need to tear it every time by force, can't be helped.
Arab, Greek and Chinese wraps are available in Ethiopia, but none of them can be cut good. I just pull out as much as I need and cut it with a kitchen knife.
Embarrassingly this was the best for me...
Indonesian products ignore consumer satisfaction. As well this food wrap is too difficult to use. It comes to my mind every time using it. This wrap is just too thin. When I try to wrap a food, it sticks together and I have a hard time peeling them off. And I need to struggle this every time ... The paper package is too soft in the first place. It has a cutting blade, but when I try to use it, it doesn't cut and wrap sticks again.
Why is German food wraps difficult to use? First, it is difficult to pull the wrap out. The wraps are so tightly packed that it needs a lot of force to pull them out. Secondly, it is difficult to cut the wraps with the attached paper blade. Moreover, these bales sometimes come apart. Third, the wrap itself is thin and doesn't stick. I miss the ease of use of the made in Japan wraps.
One of the things that frustrates people who experienced living in Japan is that there is no better food wrap compared to Japan. Here you need to tear the wrap, not cut.
The quality of the wrap is not good, and it is frustrating that it cannot be wrapped tightly. I have been comparing the wrap here to the one I bought in Japan. Even if the names are the same, the usability is totally different.
Made in Japan food wraps are just too good
People who have lived in Japan will surely be impressed by the Japanese food wrap, which is easy to pull out, easy to cut, and has moderate adhesion. Great for souvenir and for home use. Made in Japan food wraps are very popular worldwide!
[CAUTION] Toxic ingredients have been detected in China made food wraps!
Food wraps containing toxic ingredients are widespread in China, and experts are calling for caution.
Check for your safety!
If you are concerned about the safety of food wrap, be sure to check the ingredient names and additives. There are "PVC type" and "polyethylene type" wraps. Polyethylene is a safe one. PVC ones are based on chemicals that generate environmental hormones and dioxins when heated. It seems that additives are used in PVC wraps, and it is said that environmental hormone substances may elute due to heating. Choose the Polyethylene for your safety!