BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
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BLUE Food Wrap Family Pack | 6 Multi-Packs, 18 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto

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M.E.C.
Great way to share the good news

I like ordering this package of 6 sets so I have them on hand to give as gifts or to people who are interested in saving our environment. And then I find myself using a few of those I have saved because there are so many uses. I do a lot of needlework and I find the small wraps are great to put my threads in for whatever part of a project I am working on. They don't rub off anything on the thread. I can use the large ones to wrap the project. Gone are all the plastic bags that I used to use.

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M.
Best impulse buy ever!

I saw an ad for these ... I don't quite remember where and thought what a great idea! I had just been reading about the large garbage patch in the Pacific ocean so on an impulse, I purchased the 6 pack. BEST IMPULSE BUY EVER! These form a fantastic seal and my food last longer. I use it on fresh vegetables and fruits, cans, bowls, even small plates. I love the smell of them. I've been slowly turning my friends on to these. So naturally when you came out with the bags I had to get those too! Thank you for such a great product!

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K.
I use them daily and at the grocery store!

When I saw a suggestion for these organic cotton & beeswax food wraps in an organic-foods e-mail, I had to try them. I want to reduce my dependence on single-use plastics, and these seemed to be a great option. Although I still use plastic zipper bags to freeze raw meats, I have converted to the wraps for most of my storage of leftovers and fruits & vegetables, and anything else I can think of! The wraps, when warmed in my hands, cling nicely to themselves to form a tight seal. When they are cooled in the refrigerator, they become somewhat rigid, and can hold another bowl stacked on top of the wrap. Nice! I recently also purchased a set of the produce & sandwich bags, and use them instead of the plastic grocery store produce bags. They seem to keep such items as spinach & cilantro fresher longer. And, unlike those plastic buckets that produce sometimes comes in, they can be molded to shape to fit in my vegetable bin much easier and still keep delicate produce from being smushed. They are easy to clean as recommended. I gave my sister a "starter set" of the wraps, and the web site address to other relatives who saw the wraps and wanted to know where they came from. I'm a believer!

Our wraps form a protective, breathable and fresh seal over just about any perishable - all without the use of plastic.

This listing is or 6 multi-packs (3 wraps per pack, 18 total)

6 Small Teal wraps (7" x 8") - good for cut cucumbers, avocados, small trail mix, fruit and to top jars.

6 Medium Green wraps (10" x 11") - good for cheese, large trail mix, half a sandwich, half a cabbage, medium bowls, grape tomatoes and baked goods

6 Large Blue wraps (12" x 14") - good for sandwiches & left over pizza slices, celery, cheese, larger bowl or dish, larger melon, grapes, greens, beans and asparagus.

They are reusable. They are biodegradable. They are plastic free.


INGREDIENTS

- Organic cotton muslin with non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes

- USDA approved Certified Organic beeswax

- Coniferous tree resin

- A touch of non-gmo soy wax

- Organic jojoba oil

- Organic cinnamon and clove essential oils

 

WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
Hand wash in cold water with eco friendly, ethanol-free dish soap - hang or lay flat to dry.

AVOID - Microwaves and ovens, hot food, uncooked meat and more than a month of freezer use.

 

Want to learn more?  Check out this page.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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M.E.C.
Great way to share the good news

I like ordering this package of 6 sets so I have them on hand to give as gifts or to people who are interested in saving our environment. And then I find myself using a few of those I have saved because there are so many uses. I do a lot of needlework and I find the small wraps are great to put my threads in for whatever part of a project I am working on. They don't rub off anything on the thread. I can use the large ones to wrap the project. Gone are all the plastic bags that I used to use.

M
M.
Best impulse buy ever!

I saw an ad for these ... I don't quite remember where and thought what a great idea! I had just been reading about the large garbage patch in the Pacific ocean so on an impulse, I purchased the 6 pack. BEST IMPULSE BUY EVER! These form a fantastic seal and my food last longer. I use it on fresh vegetables and fruits, cans, bowls, even small plates. I love the smell of them. I've been slowly turning my friends on to these. So naturally when you came out with the bags I had to get those too! Thank you for such a great product!

K
K.
I use them daily and at the grocery store!

When I saw a suggestion for these organic cotton & beeswax food wraps in an organic-foods e-mail, I had to try them. I want to reduce my dependence on single-use plastics, and these seemed to be a great option. Although I still use plastic zipper bags to freeze raw meats, I have converted to the wraps for most of my storage of leftovers and fruits & vegetables, and anything else I can think of! The wraps, when warmed in my hands, cling nicely to themselves to form a tight seal. When they are cooled in the refrigerator, they become somewhat rigid, and can hold another bowl stacked on top of the wrap. Nice! I recently also purchased a set of the produce & sandwich bags, and use them instead of the plastic grocery store produce bags. They seem to keep such items as spinach & cilantro fresher longer. And, unlike those plastic buckets that produce sometimes comes in, they can be molded to shape to fit in my vegetable bin much easier and still keep delicate produce from being smushed. They are easy to clean as recommended. I gave my sister a "starter set" of the wraps, and the web site address to other relatives who saw the wraps and wanted to know where they came from. I'm a believer!