Sustainable Wraps

Sustainable Beeswax Wraps

$24.95 $34.00
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$24.95 $34.00you save $9.05
 

 Reusable Food Wraps


This gorgeous pack is a ‘must have’ addition to any home. Adding colour and like the name suggests, sustainability.

They are beeswax wraps that easy to use and ideal to wrap your sandwich, cover your bowl of leftovers or wrap your fruit, cheese and veggies. Simply use the warmth and pressure of your hands to mould around your food.


Made from beeswax, 100% cotton, pine resin and coconut oil, these Sustainable Wraps have antibacterial properties and are the perfect substitute for soft plastics. 


This fun non-toxic alternative to plastic will brighten your home and your heart.
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Suitable for vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches and snacks: Not for meat, hot dishes not in a container or liquids not in a container.

All packs come in a mix of fabric patterns and colours.

Sizes

    • S: 20cm x 20cm

    • M: 27cm x 27cm

    • L: 36cm x 36cm

    • XL: 40cm x 45cm


Ingredients• 100% cotton fabric, Victorian beeswax, pine resin, and coconut oil.
 

Suitable for vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches and snacks: Not for meat, hot dishes not in a container or liquids not in a container.

All packs come in a mix of fabric patterns and colours.

Sizes
S: 20cm x 20cm
M: 27cm x 27cm
L: 36cm x 36cm
XL: 40cm x 45cm

100% cotton fabric, Victorian beeswax, pine resin, and coconut oil.

To look after, you simply wash in cool water, with mild detergent. Avoid hot or meat dishes and reuse up to 12 months. When they no longer stick, simply compost.

All wraps come in a variety of colours and combinations.

Waste not want not.

Meeting Rachelle, one of the co-founders at the local farmers market we got to learn first-hand the passion behind this home-run company. The impeccable quality and stunning variety of patterns enticed us to walk away with our first Sustainable Wrap.

Co-owned by two sisters, Rachelle and Petalyn, one owning a backyard beehive, the other a passion for patterns and fabric and it was the combination of these individual interests that led to the creation of Sustainable Wraps.

Having still got that first pack of wraps in use that are now over 3 years old (wraps are advised to only last 12 months) we were super impressed with the durability, so were wrapped 😉 to bring them on board.