A Deeper Look
Did you know that duct tape (a.k.a Duck Tape) was originally sold to seal ductwork? When it was first developed, it was intended for the U.S. Army during WWII to seal ammunition cases. But after the war, when it hit the consumer market, it was marketed to contractors and hardware stores primarily for sealing metal ducting. Not for patchwork, not for car body repair, not for hanging decorations or lights. In fact, everything we know and love about this silver miracle had not been put to use yet. These days, most of us couldn’t imagine making it through a standard week at home or on the job without a handy roll of duct tape within reach. It’s become indispensable for a thousand uses beyond what it was originally created for.
The same is true for butcher paper and kraft paper
Butcher paper has evolved far beyond the butcher shop in how it is used. In fact, it has become one of the most versatile paper products available, with uses ranging from practical to whimsical.
Butcher paper is a type of kraft paper that was originally developed for butchers to wrap meat for storage, sale, and display. And, of course, it’s still widely used in that context. But, butcher paper has evolved far beyond the butcher shop in how it is used. In fact, it has become one of the most versatile paper products available, with uses ranging from practical to whimsical.
Those same butcher shops, delis, restaurants, and grocery stores that have wrapped meat in butcher paper for decades have been finding interesting new ways to take advantage of this inexpensive and versatile material for decorating, display case enhancement, and even menus or advertising. In a world where Pinterest and Etsy can make even the least creative of us feel like a DIY expert, these crafty and imaginative uses for butcher paper have hit the mainstream.
Clearly, there are plenty of creative ways people are using butcher paper every day that goes beyond wrapping meat. It’s simple: butcher paper and kraft paper offer an economical, ecologically sound option for all kinds of great uses, both inside and outside the food service industry. The only thing limiting the uses for butcher paper is your own imagination.
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