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Reynolds Kitchens Aluminum Medium Loaf Pans with Lids (12 ct.)

Reynolds Kitchens Aluminum Medium Loaf Pans with Lids (12 ct.)

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  • This package contains 12 Reynolds Kitchens Aluminum Loaf Pans with Lids, 3-3/4" x 8"
  • Non-stick so your baked goods easily slide out
  • Snug-fitting lids included to keep food safe and sound in transport
  • Recyclable, disposable loaf pans that are ideal for food service, catering, camping, events or home 
  • Attractive blue exterior and the trusted quality that consistently delivers in the kitchen


Reynolds Kitchens Aluminum Foil Loaf Pans with Lids make baking your cakes, loaves, and other pastry treats fuss-free and easy to store. Each 3-3/4" x 8" aluminum loaf pan has a non-stick surface so you won’t need oil or spray to keep foods from sticking. Just pour the batter in and slide your loaf right out of the pan after cooling. A snug-fitting, clear lid is included for each pan and makes transportation and storing food easy. The clear lid comes in handy to easily see what food is stored inside. 

Strong & Sturdy

These convenient aluminum foil loaf pans are made strong and sturdy, so they’re perfect for food service, catering, concessions, events, or home baking. Package up a pan of banana bread, lemon pound cake, or use them for savory foods too. The attractive blue exterior also adds an upscale look to any of your delicious recipes. The 3-3/4 x 8-inch pan size is perfect for all kinds of recipes and is an ideal size to give as a gift. Best of all, cleanup is simple with these recyclable, disposable pans. The pans and lids easily stack so storage doesn’t take up much room in your kitchen or pantry. This 12-pack contains 12 pans and 12 lids, so you’ll be nicely stocked for any upcoming baking occasions.


Quantity: 12 pans & 12 lids

Strong & sturdy alumium foil pans

Perfect for food service, catering or at home


 Aluminum is not recycled in all communities, so please check with your local community before recycling



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