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Beeswax Wrap (Medium)

Regular price SGD 0.00 SGD 10.90 Sale

Beeswax wrap is an amazing alternative to plastic bags, plastic containers, and cling wraps. It can be used to cover a bowl of leftovers, to wrap your sandwiches, and used as food storage. Use the warmth of your hands to mould the beeswax to the shape of your food. Unlike plastic, beeswax is a natural, non-toxic substance. It has antibacterial properties that help keep food clean and reduce risks of contamination. Beeswax is also waterproof yet breathable, protecting your food from getting wet or wilted while locking in moisture, flavour and freshness.

 

Product care

  • Wash it just like a plate with a sponge/cloth using warm water and mild soap
  • Wrap can be used up to 12 months depending on care given and frequency of use
  • Do not use it to wrap raw meats
  • Do not place it near hot surfaces or use it to wrap hot food as beeswax will melt

 

Product specification

  • Made from cotton fabric, pure beeswax, organic coconut oil and tree resin
  • Dimensions: 26cm x 26cm

 

How is this product sustainable?

  • Cotton, beeswax and other materials used are compostable/biodegradable 
  • Reduces the use of single use plastics that are not recyclable and end up in landfills/oceans
  • Creates employment in rural Thailand, pays more than the living wage suggested by the Fair Trade Association