Using aluminum foil for food packaging helps to seal in the odor without having to open your fridge and be stopped dead in your tracks because of an unbearable smell. Just be sure to tightly pinch the foil to the sides of the container so no air can go in or come out.
aluminum foil for food packaging are one of the oldest applications of aluminum foil, having been used for chocolate since 1911 right up to the present day as well as having been used for butter, cheese and tobacco products for a long time. Many of these products are laminated or coated with paper or plastic respectively and are available as sealed or adhesive wrappers, which are impervious or very nearly so and guarantee the authenticity of the contents
Where economies facilitated by a packaging material such as aluminium are obvious, it makes sense to use such a material, particularly when the potential for recovery and recycling is so strong.
76mm and 152mm
Aluminium is extremely malleable and can be formed into almost any shape. An extruded product is the result of heating an ingot of aluminium to 500°C and press it through a die shaped like the finished part or extrusion. With the right alloy and proper thermal treatment, extrusions offer endless application opportunities. This makes aluminium a product designer’s dream, because the limits to its use in general are set by the designer’s imagination.