In the effort to reduce use of one time use of plastic cling wrap to help keep food fresh longer, we've sourced a natural, reusable food wrap made from a hemp/cotton fabric infused with a blend of beeswax and plant extracts.
- It will keep your food fresh and is easy to clean, all it requires is a hand wash in cold water and air to dry.
- Sustainable, durable, antibacterial (natural properties of beeswax) and biodegradable!
- Different sizes allows for various food items and wrapping techniques. It can easily hold sandwiches, wraps, muffins, vegetables and much more
HOW IT WORKS
- Reusable beeswax wrap protects food from air and moisture and lets it breathe just like nature’s lemon peel, onion skin and cheese rind do
- No smell transfer – your onions smell won't transfer onto beeswax; no beeswax scent transferred onto your food
HOW TO USE
- Use pressure in combination with the warmth of your hands to form it tightly around the item to be stored. The reusable beeswax wrap will be slightly adhesive and malleable at room temperature and will stiffen when cool, holding the shape you create
- No microwaves or hot temperatures
HOW TO CLEAN
- Simply hand wash in COLD, soapy water and towel or air dry
- Ideally use gentle, low alcohol, biodegradable soap
*Not suitable for the dishwasher, microwave, direct heat or high temperatures. Avoid direct contact with raw meat
- Small Wrap 18 cm x 18 cm (7” x 7”) e.g., perfect for half avocados, cucumber ends and wrapping up cookies for afternoon snacks.
- Medium Wrap 25 cm x 25 cm (10” x 10”) e.g., preserve herbs, create pouches for trail mix and cover leftovers.
- Large Wrap 33 cm x 33 cm (13” x 13”) e.g., wrap sandwiches; keep cauliflower fresh, lettuce crisp or your rising dough covered.
- With care, the natural beeswax wrap will last over a year
- Return to the earth whence it came via your compost
- Hemp, Organic Cotton, Beeswax, Tree Resin, Jojoba Oil
Made in British Columbia, CanadaShop Organic Lifestyle Individual Food Wrap
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