Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps
Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps
Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps
Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps
Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps

Waste Free World Beeswax Wraps

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Hey there! You have just stumbled across another great product alternative to plastic wrap and tin foil! Congratulations.

These beeswax wraps can be used for cheeses, sandwiches, fruits, vegetables, salad bowl cover, children's lunch wrap or to store herbs to keep them fresh for longer!

The small wraps are 20cm x 20cm and the large are 27cm x 27cm.

Hot Tip: Not suitable for use with meats, seafood, greasy or acidic foods.

Ingredients

They are made using 100% beeswax, gum resin, jojoba oil and cotton.

How to use

Use the warmth of your hands to shape and mould your beeswax food wraps over food and dishes. Wraps will last up to 12 months & following our simple care steps.

Care

 

Simply wipe over your beeswax food wrap with cool, soapy water. Sponge, rinse and hang to dry.

About Waste Free World

Waste Free World was created from a passion to preserve our environment by reducing the waste that ends up in landfill and contributes to climate change.

Sam is a mum with two kids and wants to make sure they (and the generations that follow) have a world to conquer.

 

She started her own waste reduction journey when she looked around at the waste produced by her family....it was a lot!

 

She quickly realised big impacts can be made by switching to reusable products. Therefore, she wanted to create a shop that had affordable options for people also wanting to reduce their waste.

She admits it isn't easy at times to reduce your waste - but she is on a mission to succeed and to help others succeed too. 

As an Indigenous woman, she is also very passionate about supporting other local and Indigenous businesses and artists - so all their stock is sourced locally in Australia. This is to support the local communities and reduce their carbon footprint as much as possible.