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Cotton Sausage Twine

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Our 100% cotton cooking twine is a strong all-purpose kitchen line perfect for wrapping cuts, tying roasts, preparing food packaging, and various indoor and outdoor applications.

We use all natural cotton that has not been treated, dyed, bleached, or otherwise tampered with in any way.  Can withstand oven temperatures without burning, bleeding, or staining.  Safe to use for any food packaging, bundling or tying.  Perfect for delis, cafes, butchers, restaurants, catering, and other hospitality businesses.

The lightweight and flexible cotton twine is easy to throw in your backpack or bug out bag.  Eco-friendly and 100% biodegradable / compostable.  Use it as a general purpose utility crafting line for camping, backpacking, hunting, fishing, boating, and DIY projects.

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  • Color:  Natural, Off-White
  • Packs:  2, or 4
  • Length:  840ft

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