edible paper for cake toppings, for use in canon printers

Our A4 edible paper is compatible with all edible ink printers, used in the same way as normal paper, and can be used to produce seamless images on a variety of cake toppings. 
                                         
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Edible Papers

Edible rice wafer papers x 25

Pack of 25 A4 edible ink wafer papers can be used in Canon and Epson Printers to produce unique cake toppings.- VAT FREE PRICES
 


£4.00
149 in stock

Edible rice wafer papers x 100

Pack of 100 A4 edible ink wafer papers can be used in Canon and Epson Printers to produce unique cake toppings. VAT FREE PRICES
 


£14.00
149 in stock

Edible decor papers x 25

Pack of 25 A4 edible decor paper plus paper can be used in Canon and Epson Printers to produce unique cake toppings.  VAT FREE PRICES 
 

 


£20.00
149 in stock

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Question Subject: Quality of edible wafer paper See Answer
Details: Hi,
Could you please tell me the thickness of your edible wafer paper. I need 0.4mm & 0.7mm.
Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.

Asked by Anonymous 9/4/2013 3:00 PM

Answer: Hello the paper is 0.4mm thick

Answered by Shane 9/4/2013 3:00 PM
Question Subject: Icing Sheets See Answer
Details: Can you tell me the difference between Frosting Sheets and Fondant Sheets? Is it the finish or thickness or general use? Please advise. Many thanks

Asked by Brenda 10/3/2013 4:44 PM

Answer: Hello rice paper is in the name just rice sheets for cake toppers
Frosting and décor are pure white icing sheets sweet smelling - the pre-cut are circles yes that’s correct
Fondant is a rolled sheet of fondant generally thicker and not sweet smelling - not sugary and tasteless


Answered by Shane 10/3/2013 4:44 PM
Question Subject: fondant icing sheets See Answer
Details: How thick are your fondant icing sheets and can they be used in currently available printers? I hope to buy a printer but want it to be able to cope with all available media

Asked by Morag 2/28/2014 3:51 PM

Answer: Sorry no fondant papers on the market will fit current for sale canon printers they are to thick, canon will soon be releasing a back feed printer that can handle the thicker papers

best regards

Answered by Shane 2/28/2014 3:51 PM
Question Subject: Edible paper See Answer
Details: Are your edible papers gluten free ??

Asked by anita 4/1/2014 4:09 PM

Answer: hello yes they are all Gluten Free

best regards

Answered by Shane 4/1/2014 4:09 PM
Question Subject: decor plus paper See Answer
Details: What is the thickness of your decor plus paper?

Asked by Kendi 5/27/2015 9:12 AM

Answer: This paper is 0.45-0.55mm thick.

Answered by Zac 5/27/2015 9:12 AM
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