Butcher's paper was suggested to me as a sustainable material for storing food in the freezer.
However, I found this site that suggests it is sometimes oiled or waxed. Perhaps it coated in plastic sometimes too?
My goal in the other question linked above was to find a material suitable for freezer use that would be recyclable, compostable, or at least reusable many times.
If I'm going to compost butcher's paper, then it's clear I would need to find out whether the supplier of the paper treats the paper with wax (food oil would probably be ok though), or plastic. Can anyone tell me what the norm is for treatment of butcher paper?