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Cooking twine makes a great addition to your commercial kitchen, thanks to its diverse uses. Use butcher's twine to bundle herbs, tie roasts, and truss chicken or turkey legs. It's also useful for packaging sausages, bakery products, or tying labels onto mason jars. From the back of your butcher shop to your bakery’s front counter, kitchen twine helps you hold packages together. For additional bakery supplies, check out our baking cups and cupcake liners, cake boxes and bakery boxes, and parchment paper and pan liners. If you're wondering where to buy cooking twine, we have a large selection of kitchen twine for sale at the lowest prices.