$84.00 USD

$108.00 USD

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 83 reviews
Phyllis Jordan
Single sizes-such a great idea

These are the sizes I use most (and eventually wear out). I was so pleased to see that you were offering them this way. This is the heart of reduction: I could get what I needed without ordering the set. If other companies thought of real reduction in waste they would offer parts, and pieces so we don't buy what we don't need.

Heather Cooke
Why wouldn't you use it?!

This is one of the best products around that anyone can use instead of plastic wrap. Time to switch people!

Lyra O
Save time, save $$, save the planet.

I love these colourful wraps that can morph into many shapes. They are fun to use (remember play dough and it’s ‘stickability’?), easy to clean, and good for the planet. Your kids will want to help wrap the leftovers. I’m buying more!

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.


- 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


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.


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