A greener, tastier kiwi summer


PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GOOD X MULTIX

As BBQ season has come into full swing Kiwis are looking for the best options to keep their food fresh and flavourful to impress their family and friends all while reducing our impact on the environment.

Now Kiwis can enjoy a tastier, greener summer with the Multix® Greener 100 per cent Recycled Alfoil. The perfect addition to the kiwi BBQ to cover cooking surfaces, wrap meats to prevent them from losing moisture, and wrap and protect vegetables while grilling.

The Multix® Greener Alfoil retains flavours and moisture while cooking, keeping your food safe and fresh all while preventing your food from overcooking!

The best part about Multix® Greener Alfoil, it’s made from 100 per cent Recycled Aluminium giving a second life to materials that would usually end up in landfills. Plus it is as strong and reliable as standard Multix® alfoil.

If you tend to use baking paper with your cooking, Multix® Greener Brown Baking Paper is unbleached and chlorine-free which reduces the chemical process used to produce standard bake paper.


Responsibly sourced from European plantation forests Multix® Greener Brown Baking Paper reduces our carbon footprint and lowers our impact on the planet. 

Multix® Greener has also launched a Plant-Based Cling Wrap is made with 45 per cent plant-based material, a renewable resource from the sugarcane industry – how sweet is that?

The Greener Plant-Based Cling Wrap is a sustainable alternative to petroleum-derived plastic, plus it contains no PVC or plasticisers, is BPA free and is food and microwave safe.

Made from natural, renewable resources the Greener Plant-Based Cling Wrap reduces the demand for fossil fuel-based plastics so you can enjoy your summer BBQ knowing that you’re protecting the planet while having some summer fun. 

All Multix® products are available from Countdown, selected New World, Pak n Save, Bargain Chemist and Mitre 10 stores.

Find out more about Multix®  and their products here or on their Facebook and Instagram pages.

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