Where Can I Get Edible Paper In South Africa

What is an Edible Paper?

Edible ink printing is the process of creating preprinted images with edible food colors onto various confectionery products such as cookies, cakes and pastries.

Where Can I Get Edible Paper In South Africa?

Laeeque Bakeware Overport

Address: 286 Felix Dlamini Rd, Overport, Berea, 4067, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 31 208 6488

Sprinkles Bake and Party Supplies

Address: 167 Beyers Naudé Dr, Northcliff, Randburg, 2195, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30 pm

Phone: +27 79 744 5281

The Chocolate Den

Address: Glendower Shopping Centre, 99 Linksfield Rd, Edenvale, Johannesburg, 1609, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 11 453 8160

Mondeor Homebake Supplies

Address: 253 Corner Royal Park and, Frandaph Dr, Mondeor, Johannesburg, 2091, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 11 433 3880

How much is edible printing machine in South Africa?

Edible printer for cakes.

An edible ink printer will cost you around $1500 which is about R22,500.00 not including the shipping costs from the USA and the lack of support. And that is way too expensive for most South Africans. The alternative is to use a standard but modified printer like a Canon printer.

Is edible paper the same as wafer paper?

Wafer paper is edible paper for cake decorating. And yes icing sheets are also classified as edible paper but two of them are two very different products. Wafer paper is a starch starch-based product usually made out of potato starch, water, and vegetable oil.

How long does edible print last?

Edible Wafer Paper prints and decorations will last a long time, for up to a year, if kept sealed in a zip-lock bag, away from direct light and humidity.

Some curling may occur in high humid conditions. It does not affect the taste, freshness or performance, however.