Collection: PAPER

Browse our selection of durable and grease-resistant paper baking products, including liners, parchment paper, and more, perfect for all your baking needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What types of baking paper products does Baker's Authority offer?

    • We offer a wide range of baking paper products tailored for commercial bakers, including parchment paper, silicone-coated paper, waxed paper, paper liners for muffins/cupcakes, and specialty baking sheets.
  • Are your baking papers safe for high-temperature baking?

    • Yes, our baking papers are designed for high-temperature applications. Always refer to the product specifications for exact temperature limits to ensure safe baking.
  • Do you offer bulk discounts for large orders?

    • Absolutely! Commercial bakers often need to purchase in larger quantities, and we offer volume discounts. Please reach out to our sales team for specific details.
  • Is your parchment paper bleached or unbleached?

    • We offer both bleached and unbleached parchment paper to cater to the diverse preferences of our commercial baking clientele. Each type has its product description to help you choose the right fit for your needs.
  • Are the paper products eco-friendly and biodegradable?

    • We are committed to sustainability and offer several eco-friendly and biodegradable paper options. Look for the "Eco-Friendly" label on our product pages or inquire directly for more details.
  • Do your baking papers impart any flavors or odors to baked goods?

    • No, our baking papers are specifically designed to be neutral and do not transfer any unwanted flavors or odors to your baked goods.
  • What's the difference between silicone-coated paper and regular parchment paper?

    • Silicone-coated paper has a layer of silicone, providing a non-stick surface, which can be particularly useful for certain baked goods. Regular parchment also has non-stick properties but may not be as effective for items that are highly sticky or have high sugar content. Both types are popular among commercial bakers, and the choice often comes down to personal preference and specific baking requirements.