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Acetate sheet for chocolate processing, which will allow you to make smooth and shiny chocolate decorations with ease.
Can also be cut to create contours during your dessert assemblies so that they are perfectly smooth on the edges.
Dimensions: 60 cm x 40 cm .
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Since January 1, 2020, by the French decree of April 17, 2019 in the Official Journal No. 0097 ECOC1911549A, food products containing titanium dioxide (also called E171 or TiO2), used to color foodstuffs in white, do not should no longer be consumed. This is French law, not European law.
Titanium dioxide is therefore no longer edible in France but nevertheless remains non-toxic. French law also still authorizes the use of E171 in medicines and cosmetic products (eg toothpaste).
Thus, like any other non-food but non-toxic reference on our site, this product should not be eat and should only be used for decorative purposes.
Finally, note that we are working hard so that the manufacturer can provide us with their products as soon as possible in a version without E171. Thank you for your understanding and support ;-)
Rodoid acetate sheet.
Make pretty chocolate decorations with this rodoid leaf that will allow you to obtain smooth and shiny decorations.
Advice for use:
- Melt your chocolate.
- Spread it according to the desired decor on the acetate sheet.
- Leave in the fridge until you reach the desired texture.
- Remove your decorations, they are ready to be placed on your pastries.
If you validate your order immediately, your order will be prepared and dispatched from our warehouses on Friday 24 January 2020
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