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Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps - 4 Starter Pack

Good for you, good for the planet!

Bee Green Wraps were created out of a desire to provide an affordable alternative to plastic cling film and plastic zip-lock bags. Not only does this solve an environmental problem, but they eliminate the need to wrap your food in petro chemicals. They are perfect for keeping 'real food' fresh. 

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Specifications

- Size S - approx. 21.5 x 21.5cm
- Size M - approx. 26.5 x 26.5cm
- Size L - approx. 32 x 32cm
- Size XL - approx. 36 x 36xm



The 4 starter pack in the perfect way to start your collection, and the most economical. Each pack contains a size S, M, L and XL. 

4 Starter Pack:

Size S - approx. 21.5 x 21.5cm - Perfect for covering a small plate or bowl, a small block of cheese, a small Lebanese cucumber or a cut up apple for the lunchbox

Size M - approx. 26.5 x 26.5cm - Will neatly cover most small dinner plates. Perfect size for wrapping up tortillas/flat bread wraps or around a small bread roll. Also good for cut up fruit/veg for the lunchbox

Size L - approx. 32 x 32cm - A good all-rounder size. Easily covers dinner plates or a medium sized bowl. Perfect for sandwiches and lunch wraps. Covers half an average sized cabbage and makes a decent sized salad pouch

Size XL - approx. 36 x 36xm - Perfect for wrapping or covering most fruit and veg. Fits over most large sided bowls

Proudly made in Australia, they not only promote a plastic free environment, but healthy homes and healthy lunchboxes.

How to use:

  • Bee Green Wraps will stick to itself. Simply fold around food items as you would with cling film, or over storage containers (such as bowls) and using the warmth of your hands, mould the wrap to create a seal
  • To make a bag or pouch, fold a wrap in half and fold the edges over twice to form a seal. For a larger bag, use two of the same sized wraps, folding three edges over to create a pocket, fill and then fold over the top of the bag in the same way to make it airtight. This is a great idea for storing loose-leaf lettuce or baby spinach leaves in the fridge


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