Food contact fabric - Red Vichy x 10cm


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Discover this tyed and weaved Vichy red polyester fabric 180g/m2 to make salting, bread and vegetable bags... This red Vichy fabric is approved for food contact, in accordance with the European and French regulations. It's time to start a new zero-waste way of life: use it to wrap and store food.

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Data sheet
Sales unit 10 cm
Width 170 cm
Fabrics Weight 180 g/m2, 300 g/ml
Material Composition 100 % Polyester
Use Accessories
Washing 30° normal wash
Tumbling do not tumble dry
Ironing Medium heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Matt
Pattern Check
Pattern size 8 mm
Manufacturing process Woven
Certificate Approved food contact
Main color Red
Material Polyester
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Food contact 100% polyester fabric - Red Checked Vichy x 10cm

Discover our range of technical fabrics for zero-waste accessories and this beautiful Vichy red tyed and weaved fabric

Say goodbye to plastic packaging!

No more ephemeral packaging, make your own preservation bags and keep your vegetables or salting away and fresh. Reusable and resistant, they will be ideal to carry your food or put your things away. Say goodbye to plastic bags and choose a more ecological one! Resistant, durable, practical and pretty, they will quickly become essential!

Make it your own by customising it thanks to our bag accessories section !

Need inspiration ?

  • Make your own preservation cap for your jars of jam
  • Create your tote bags and transports pouches to arrange your clothes and devices in a suitcase !

What is approved for food contact fabrics?

An approved for food contact fabric is a fabric that does not contain any elements that can be dangerous to human health and that could be transferred when it comes into contact with food. The presence of small black dots proves that the fabric is natural and without any treatment. All plain or printed standard cotton fabrics have a chemical bleaching treatment to remove these small stains. This whitening treatment is totally incompatible with a food contact use, that's why the black dots are always present, and will never disappear in the wash.

How to maintain your fabric approved food contact?

  • Use a food-safe detergent or a Marseille soap to wash the fabric. A standard detergent does not comply with food contact use.
  • Wash at first at 30°C and gradually increase the wash temperatures. Always wash your fabric before cutting because it can tighten by about 10%.