Why more and more people prefer aluminum foil container than plastic container?

Aluminum foil is made from native aluminum alloy after a number of processes of rolling, itself without heavy metals and other harmful substances.In the production of aluminum foil, the use of high temperature annealing disinfection process, so that the aluminum foil can be safely in contact with food, does not contain or facilitate the growth of bacteria.In most cases, aluminum foil will not react with food.However, a considerable number of plastic meal boxes on the market are produced with raw materials from unknown sources or even fake materials and waste plastics, so the quality and reliability are difficult to guarantee.If the disposable plastic tableware in the production of raw materials added calcium carbonate, talcum powder, industrial paraffin, recycling waste, easy to lead to the evaporation of the product residue (n-hexane) exceeds the standard.

Aluminum foil has high conductivity and minimizes the time and energy associated with food processing, refrigeration, and secondary heating.Aluminum foil has good thermal stability. In the process of processing and packaging, aluminum foil containers can well withstand temperature changes, and the molecular structure is stable at the high and low temperature of -20° c-250 °C.It can be used at temperatures ranging from quick-freezing to extreme baking and grilling, during which the foil does not deform, crack, melt or scorch, or produce harmful substances.Use aluminum foil to separate high temperature charcoal fire and smoke to prevent food from burning and causing carcinogens.Aluminum foil meal boxes and containers are ideal for high temperature sterilization and heat sealing.Aluminum foil containers can be heated in a variety of ways, including various ovens, ovens, anaerobic heating cabinets, steamers, steam boxes, microwave ovens (be sure to use light waves and barbecue stalls), and pressure cookers that heat food wrapped in aluminum foil.In contrast, plastic meal boxes and containers are significantly less resistant to high temperatures than aluminum foil, which can release harmful substances when exposed to or heated to high temperatures.