I really like the baking pan. I have not used it yet but plan to soon. The foil is very good as well.
Aluminum cans get recycled more than any recyclable material there is. And yet, 100% recycled aluminum foil is hard to find in supermarkets. When it's available, it's many times more expensive than familiar brands which may or may not have some recycled content. There is no way of knowing what percentage is virgin aluminum from ore, and what percentage is recycled. Brandless foil is 100% recycled. It would be nice to know how much is pre-consumer recycled from waste aluminum from manufacturing and what percentage is made from post-consumer recycling, but most people don't think of that distinction. This is recycled, it is prevented from going to the landfill, and it has come back to us as that kitchen necessity, aluminum foil. It's nice and thick, usable for most "heavy duty" applications. And the best part is that the price is reasonable. When it costs you twice the price in stores, if you can find it, to get another brand of recycled aluminum foil, Brandless is worth waiting for.
This 13 foil is my go-to. I bought 75 feet of the cheap stuff from the store and instantly regretted it. I had just run out of this foil and thought it would be the same. Not! Brandless foil is great. It is thick and easily reusable. I get so much more out of less footage that the extra $1.50 makes this foil worth it. Will always buy.
Best foil...thick, heavy duty. I gave away my reynolds wrap and use this one instead.