FRESHPAPER for Baked Goods
The Perfect Gift for Anyone Who Eats!
FRESHPAPER sheets keep breads & baked goods fresh for up to 2-4x longer, naturally!
Just drop a sheet of our award-winning FreshPaper bread saver anywhere you keep baked goods (in or out of the fridge). Great for bagels, cookies, muffins, rolls, bread (especially fresh-from-the-bakery & homemade breads!)
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So Easy To Use:
8 sheets = approximately 2 month's supply. Saves up to $50 per pack. (Pays for itself in two weeks!)
Made in the USA with organic spices. Biodegradable, compostable, & recyclable.
“I initially saw these, and the inventor, on a TV show "Innovation Nation". We were always tossing out moldy bread, because there is only 2 of us and the bread would go bad in a short period of time. We would have to put the bread in the refrigerator to avoid spoilage. I don't like refrigerated bread, it always "stales" the bread. I used the Freshpaper Food Saver and I have to say, I am impressed. For the first time, we got through an entire loaf of bread, without having to refrigerate the loaf.”
“I make organic bread for sandwiches in my bread machine, and this really does keep it soft and fresh. The sheets have a maple scent, but this does not affect the taste of the bread at all. I'll definitely be purchasing again.”
“Love these papers. I make a lot of bread, and was running into freshness issues periodically if we didn't eat the bread within 3 days. I have yet to have a loaf go bad since we started throwing these into our bread box. I plan to keep these coming to help preserve my baking efforts.”
Dustin Grime, Columbus, OH (Amazon.com)
It keeps the bread soft and prevents it from being spoiled early. highly recommended!
‘love this product! I am using this for all my bread products going forward. It keeps the bread soft and prevents it from being spoiled early. highly recommended!”
-DC Manor (Amazon.com)
“I make brioche (dough in bread machine) fairy often. Last time I made it, I had just received these “papers”. I’m not sure what they do, but the bread stayed more fresh!”