aluminium foil

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Noun1.aluminium foil - foil made of aluminumaluminium foil - foil made of aluminum    
foil - a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal; "the photographic film was wrapped in foil"
Al, aluminium, aluminum, atomic number 13 - a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
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Translations
alobal
alumiinifolio
alufólia
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Reynolds Wrap, an aluminum foil maker company, is looking for a 'chief grilling officer' to travel across the US to taste test BBQ ribs.
Some vendors are even demanding their goods back, ranging from Whirlpool appliances to Reynolds Wrap foil and Hefty trash bags.
Each 32-ounce package contains six, one-third pound patties and includes money-saving coupons off the next burger purchase as well as Butterball turkey bacon and Reynolds Wrap foil.
Mann Packing of Salinas, Calif., is joining forces with the maker of Reynolds Wrap Foil on a springtime cross-promotion to encourage grilling for the Easter holiday.
The businesses being sold include Consumer Products, a manufacturer of the Reynolds Wrap aluminum and plastic foil brand.
"Rival Crock Pot Slow Cooker Recipes" (9781412721837) and "Reynolds Cooking With Foil" offer recipes that are prepared using a Rival brand crockpot or Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil respectively.
We're not totally clear on the difference between a Reynolds number and Reynolds Wrap. But we do think it's cool that when someone asks, "What rocket scientist would fl y a 210 into a waterspout?" you can answer, "That would be me."
Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil, on the other hand, has some information that is actually occasionally interesting.
"At Alcoa it is about adding value from mining raw materials to putting Reynolds Wrap on the supermarket shelf.
Alcoa's Reynolds Wrap Brand ranked #1 in a brand equity
Household aluminum foil appeared in home kitchens in 1947, when the Reynolds Metals Company introduced Reynolds Wrap. Affordable and enormously popular, the versatile foil changed kitchen practices forever by enabling homemakers to protect food from freezer burn and keep leftovers fresh.