Food contact approval to bake bread:
Maé guarantees that all its products are CFC-free or HCFC-free. They meet all the French and European regulatory requirements in force concerning materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs.
- Standard Standard NF EN 1186, parts 1, 2 and 3
- Amended European Directive of 19 December 1985 (85/572/EEC)
- European Directive of 29 July 1997 (97/48/EEC)
- Amended European Directive of 6 August 2002 (2002/72/EEC)
- Order dated 25 November 1992 (OJ of 17 December 1992)
- Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004
Maé “FIB’Maé” bread nets and their non-stick coating can be subjected to high temperatures, up to 250° in a rotary oven. Avoid using Maé bread nets directly in a stone oven.
- No grease addition required due to the specificity of its non-stick coating
- Do not hit the net to remove the bread from the nets
- On a daily basis: remove the flour and grains from the mesh with a very soft brush. A strong brush would damage the non-stick part of the coating
- Once a week: wash the bread net in a washing tunnel or with water at a reasonable pressure
- If you have dough inside the silicone cloth, leave the bread net in hot water until the dough becomes soft and rinse with water at a reasonable pressure
- Bread nets must be stored individually on trolleys. Stacking them would damage the non-stick part of the coating and the shape of the fabric.
- Do not use sharp or abrasive utensils
- Avoid baking the fillet without bread
- Maé recommends regular maintenance and cleaning of its bread nets, this will increase their lifespan.
THIS LIST IS NON-EXHAUSTIVE AND CANNOT PROVIDE FOR THE SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS OF EACH USER. IT HAS ONLY AN INFORMATION VALUE AND CANNOT ENGAGE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MAÉ.