When it comes to the creation of wafer paper flowers, the possibilities are endless. With a little bit of creativity and a steady hand, you can create all sorts of beautiful blooms, from classic roses and peonies to more unusual flowers like dahlias.
By Reina van der Meer on 01-06-2023
We all know wafer paper for its use in edible packaging and branding, but its possibilities reach far beyond these applications.
By WaferPaper.com on 18-03-2021
Green and clean solutions on how to make dairy-free products!
By Avebe on 02-12-2020
In the ever changing food industry, it is necessary to stay innovative and improve current processes. An example of a company that has done so very well, is Primus Wafer Paper.
By WaferPaper.com on 11-11-2020
As consumers become increasingly keen on authentic, healthy food with a story behind it, edible branding offers a huge variety of ways to convey meaningful messages via the product itself.
By Bas Brunt on 12-10-2020
This is a wafer paper product based on potato starch, water and vegetable oil (olive). Standard wafer paper has a weight of 1kg per 10m². Keep 10% weight tolerance in mind.
By Wouter Smits on 22-09-2020
There are basically two different types of wafer paper. We distinguish between thin edible paper that is flexible made from potato starch and thicker edible carton made from wheat flour and starch. In the table below, we compare these two paper types on various aspects.
By WaferPaper.com on 28-08-2020
Wafer paper (also known as rice paper) is a starch based material, made from potato starch. This edible paper is ideal to use for edible printing. Due to it's rigidity wafer card is often used by bakers for Stand Up Cake Toppers and cupcake toppers. Read more about edible printing sheets in this article.
By WaferPaper.com on 11-07-2020
This is a wafer paper product based on organic potato starch, water and organic sunflower oil. Organic wafer paper has a weight of 1kg per 10m². Keep 10% weight tolerance in mind.
By Wouter Smits on 22-06-2020
Over the past 35 years, SOLLICH Conbar® lines have become the global market leaders in modern bar manufacturing. Contributory factors have included not only the progressive technology but also the reliability (greatly prized by our customers), user-friendliness and enormous flexibility of Conbar® equipment.
By WaferPaper.com on 17-06-2020
The history of wafer paper can be traced back several centuries. Its origins are not entirely clear but we know that during the Renaissance, wafer paper was served as a dessert. Read more about the history of wafer paper in this article!
By Wouter Smits on 27-05-2020
In the Netherlands, packaging material that you can eat is still a rare sight on supermarket shelves. Why is that? And what opportunities does edible packaging offer? A brewery in the United States developed an alternative for the rings that hold cans in a six-pack together: packaging made of wheat and barley that you can eat!
By Wouter Smits on 24-05-2020
Wafer paper is a interesting vehicle used by many around the world to create edible masterpieces. But the opportunities are endless and go beyond food as well. See for yourself in this article!
By WaferPaper.com on 29-04-2020
Starches are often modified to improve their functional properties for specific food applications. This study investigates the level of modification and the position of substituents on glucose residues in cross-linked and/or hydroxypropylated sweet potato starches.
By WaferPaper.com on 08-04-2020