Collection: Butcher Paper
Our butcher paper rolls are made from high quality kraft paper, ideal for wrapping meat, poultry, and fish. Available in a variety of colors and sizes to suit your needs. Larger widths are perfect for table covers.
- 40 lb. basis weight
- 1000 ft. per roll
- Widths of 12” – 36”
- FDA approved for use with raw foods
- Contact us for custom-sizes and bulk pricing
|Length Per Roll
|Price Per Each
|Butcher Paper (White) - 12" x 1000'
|Butcher Paper (White) - 18" x 1000'
|Butcher Paper (White) - 24" x 1000'
|Butcher Paper (White) - 30" x 1000'
|Butcher Paper (White) - 36" x 1000'
|Butcher Paper (White) - 48" x 1000'
|Pink Butcher Paper - 18" x 1000'
|Pink Butcher Paper - 24" x 1000'
Butcher Paper FAQs
What is butcher paper?
Butcher paper is a type of food-grade paper specifically designed for use in the meatpacking industry. It's an uncoated paper made with properties to prevent blood and moisture from soaking through the sheet, making it ideal for wrapping meat and other food items, as well as for lining trays and tables in butcher shops, delis, and restaurants. It is also popular among crafters, artists, and teachers for its versatile uses, such as for drawing, painting, and covering surfaces. The butcher paper at Your Paper Source is sold in rolls and comes in a range of sizes and weights.
What is butcher paper used for?
Butcher paper is commonly used in the meat packing industry to wrap and package meat products. It's an uncoated grade of paper manufactured with properties that prevent blood and moisture from soaking through the sheet. Butcher paper is also used by restaurants and food trucks as a disposable table cover, and by barbecue enthusiasts for smoking meat due to its ability to withstand heat and retain moisture. In addition to its use in the food business, butcher paper is also used as a general-purpose wrapping paper in various industries such as for shipping, or as a protective layer during painting or construction work. Its versatility and durability make it a popular choice for many different applications.
Is parchment paper the same as butcher paper?
Parchment paper is not the same product as butcher paper. Although both are commonly used in the kitchen, they have different properties and uses. Butcher paper is a type of kraft paper that is uncoated and untreated, making it safe for contact with food which is why it's commonly used to wrap and store meat, as well as for smoking and barbecuing. Butcher paper is also a popular choice for arts and crafts, as it is sturdy and can be easily colored or painted. Parchment paper, on the other hand, is a non-stick paper that is coated with silicone. It's used primarily in baking to line baking sheets and prevent sticking, as well as for cooking en papillote (in parchment paper) to create a sealed, steamy environment for cooking. While both papers are versatile, butcher paper is best suited for wrapping and storing food, while parchment paper is ideal for cooking and baking.
Does Your Paper Source offer bulk pricing for butcher paper?
Yes, Your Paper Source sells butcher paper in bulk and offers bulk pricing discounts (actually, we offer bulk pricing discounts for all of our products). Buying butcher paper rolls in bulk will provide numerous benefits for your company. First, you'll save money in the long run as you'll get a lower price per unit. Additionally, buying in bulk means having a larger supply on hand, which can reduce the need for frequent reordering and help ensure that you always have enough paper for your business needs. Finally, buying butcher paper in bulk is a more sustainable option, as it reduces packaging waste and transportation emissions associated with frequent shipments. Contact us today to learn more about bulk pricing options.
Do you offer custom-sized butcher paper rolls?
At Your Paper Source, we understand every business has unique needs. That's why we offer custom-sized butcher paper rolls upon request. Our team can work with you to determine the exact dimensions you require for your specific application. Whether you need a wider roll to cover large tables or a narrower roll for wrapping individual items, we can accommodate your needs. Contact us today to learn more about our custom sizing option.