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  • 100% chlorine-free, natural kraft paper
  • For use in temperatures up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Chromium-free coating
  • Kraft paper made from 50% post-consumer content
UPC Code: 400010180974

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Line full size pans with this convenient and eco-friendly Bagcraft Papercon 030010 parchment paper.

This EcoCraft Bake 'N' Reuse parchment paper is pre-cut into 16" x 24" sheets to perfectly fit full size pans, saving you valuable prep time in your busy bakery, cafe, or restaurant! With an unbleached environmentally-friendly design that's sure to appeal to eco-conscious consumers, this pan liner improves the quality of your baked goods while providing a quick, easy release to expedite cleanup.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • Oven Safe

    Oven Safe

    This item can withstand high heat applications and is safe for oven use in food service.


This parchment paper is made of 100% biodegradable cellulose fibers and features a sustainable, chromium-free, release. Ecocraft's unbleached paper also reduces wood fiber waste by 21% when compared to similar bleached paper products.


This liner features a hard pinhole-free surface that resists grease, water, and oven browning so that it can be reused time and time again in your busy kitchen.


Not only is this liner a great way to evenly bake cookies, cakes, and other baked goods, but it can also be used as a pastry bag or to make food en papillote!

Papercon Ecocraft

Take a step towards sustaining the environment by using Papercon Ecocraft products! Less energy and resources are required to produce this natural fiber paper, so in a world that strives to create more, let’s work together to consume less.

A simple story about sustainability: natural fiber paper is a growing, marketing trend due to its sustainable look. However, the real value of natural fiber goes beyond its functionality or visual appeal. The brown color is a statement of how the world strives to create more while consuming less. In the world of industry and business, waste is the number one enemy. It endlessly nibbles on time, money, and capital, by very factors spent to fight it. At times, the volume and variety of waste can feel overwhelming, but like any difficult problem, the solution is realized through a series of simple steps. A few steps that the packaging industry is taking or streamlining through supply chains and reducing raw material waste. In paper manufacturing, the processes of bleaching tree fiber wastes a fifth of the raw material. More energy and resources are required to produce the same volume of paper, since this waste occurs so early in the process, it ripples through the rest of the paper’s life-cycle. From the filling of the truck to the filling of a recycling bin, fortunately tree fiber does not need to be bleached to preserve its functionality or safety. So the next time a deli sandwich comes wrapped brown instead of white, remember that the color represents the fifth tree that was not wasted, and that using natural fiber is a simple step towards a sustainable future of creating more while consuming less.

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Length: 24 Inches
  • Width: 16 Inches

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  • Overall User Rating: Bagcraft Papercon 030010 EcoCraft Bake 'N' Reuse 16" x 24" Full Size Parchment Paper Pan Liner - 50/Pack

    4.7 stars from 67 reviews


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    I will be re-ordering these liners despite the fact that they do stick a bit more than other types of coated parchment. The fact that they don't contain chromium, are unbleached, and are fully biodegradable give them a clear edge over the competition. The liners fit our full-size pans perfectly, and they withstand high heat applications (~450F w/ convention) nicely. We do reuse them when possible, although sugar or fruit filling spills sometimes prevent us from doing so. Thank goodness they are an environmentally sound choice!
    Been using these for years in my bakery, I like to buy this size and cut to fit needs, but cut if in half works well with most of our smaller sheets and for lining 2lb bread loaf pans. Full size on our larger sheets. The hold up well and do not effect cooking. When doing cookies we can do several batches with one sheet, it does not burn, crisp up. Some moister batches, and breads are one time use, but on the other side roasting nuts/seeds they can be used 20+ runs and still be in good condition.
    These are great for baking cookies, laying over a basket before placing baked goods, writing piped chocolate designs and words, etc. Also, great for the kids to play kinetic sand!
    Very eco friendly. Great fit to my full sheet size pan. Can reuse multiple times before discarding. Very grease proof. Will definitely buy again in the future
    This is good parchment--I can use one sheet to bake multiple pans of cookies. I also use these sheets to line my cooling racks. These sheets are high quality and I would purchase them again.
    A much easier alternative to work with than the rolled paper. I cut these in half and use them to line 2/3 sheet pans. Finding a place to store them can be a little difficult due to the large size, but definitely worth it.
    These parchment paper sheets were very well protected and I really appreciate that they can be used more than once without the burnt paper flavor.
    Wonderful to have the unbleached parchment paper since it doesn't use chemicals to get a white color! Since foil is not healthy to cook on, we use these to line our baking sheets and pans to keep anything unhealthy from
    Can't praise this parchment paper enough. It is the only one to hold up wonderfully when we bake our pretzels. All other papers stick - this one does not! Very happy to have found it and will continue using it!
    The Practical Luxury You Need It was easy for me to pull the trigger on round precut parchment liners. Tracing the pan with pen or pencil seems dicey. Neither do I want to run a knife or scissors around the pan to mark the paper. Additionally, cutting circles will always waste some paper. It was harder to justify buying precut rectangles to avoid making a single straight cut from a roll of paper. Particularly when I had several rolls remaining. I ended up deciding to purchase the pack of 1000 for half-sheet pans and the 50 pack for full-sheet pans. I’m glad I did; here’s why: 1) These come flat in a box. The ends don’t curl up like they do when cutting paper from a roll. 2) They reduce waste. I would typically cut sheets longer than needed to avoid ending up with something too short. Sometimes, the paper would rip while being cut. 3) It’s easy to tell when running low vs with a roll that can end unexpectedly. 4) They fit my half-sheet pans well (although when I used them on my new Goldtouch cookie sheets, they came up a little short, which resulted in me making one less row of cookies than would have fit without the paper). I’m planning on adding a video soon so you can see for yourself. This is a more unusual application, but I keep eggshells to feed back to my chickens. I bake them at ~200 degrees F for 30 minutes, then crush them up and put them out for the girls. I used to keep them in a bowl until I had enough to bake. Now, I keep a half sheet pan in the oven, covered with a piece of parchment paper, and add eggshells to the sheet when I use them. When there are enough on the sheet, I’ll just turn the oven on. Convenient and there’s no unsightly eggshell bowl on the counter anymore. I could have done this with the roll paper, but having these handy precut sheets fueled my creativity. I use these liners all of the time, typically reusing each one multiple times before tossing. When I made cookies with them most recently, there were grease spots where each cookie was. Reusing them for something else weirded me out a bit, so I tossed them after the cookies were finished. The easiest way to clean a pan is to keep it from getting dirty in the first place. Parchment paper is the best tool for this job. Having these precut liners makes it more convenient to line pans 100% of the time, reducing dish washing time, and keeping my pans looking nice. No particular reason why I’m rating these 4-stars over 5, but I typically save 5-star ratings for when I am convinced that the product is better than the rest. I’m not familiar with other kinds of precut parchment sheets to know how these compare. I just know that I like them. A lot. Read Less Read More
    Love that these sheets are flat. When you use parchment from a roll, it often curls up quit a bit and I find it hard to stay it place. With this flat sheet, I don't have to fight with the paper.
    This is the full pan liner from Bagcraft. It's both environmentally friendly and has plenty of great features. It's cheap and effective, and doesn't tear easily.
    I've never used this kind of baking paper before, I like that you can get a small pack to try out, I have been liking it
    Full size parchment paper. Precut and natural without any added bleaching just to make it white, these are perfect for making things like cookies to insure that they do not stick.
    These are great. It's hard to find full size parchment sheets not coated in chemicals. These are easy to use and work great. The only thing that leaks through seem to be cookies with a lot of cocounut oil in them.
    I really like this brand of parchment. They are moisture resistant and nothing sticks. It's also great not to afterwards have to bother cleaning them like with silicon mats. These can be reused while in the middle of a recipe but then tossed since they're disposable and affordable. I had previously tried the half size sheets and ordered more of them too. I haven't yet used these on a full sheet but cut them to size when needed. I recommend these.
    These aren't my favorite parchment sheets. I think they're a bit too thin, plus they don't hold up to liquids and grease as well as my favorite white silicone coated sheets. They are also too large for my 16" by 22" baking sheet, and I have to cut them or fold them to size every time. I wish you'd sell parchment sheets in the 15" by 21" size for the 3/4 sheet pans.
    Bought this case of paper pan liners to use on our plastic trays. We use them when placing freshly baked bread in the store displays.
    These parchment paper pan liners are a great buy. You can reuse them and they are eco-friendly! Pan liners are a life saver in our busy bakery.
    Searched all over for a nice unbleached, minimally coated parchment paper. This is the one, and it works as well as the standard white, conventionally coated paper.

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