Yes, and as stated at the Reynolds Wrap website, it is as safe to use with food as foil made from new aluminum. The process of melting down the recycled aluminum requires heating the metal to more than 1200 degrees F, which burns off any debris in the metal. Once it turns into a molten liquid, the aluminum is sent through a filtration process, poured and rolled into thin sheets.
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