Reusable Food Wrap by Honeywrap
Organic Beeswax Wraps are the perfect way to reduce waste in your home while still allowing your food to breathe unlike traditional plastic wrap - a stylish, natural and reusable alternative while saving 75m of plastic wrap into landfill or our oceans each year!
Small Size - The smalls will quietly become a firm favourite because they are perfect for popping in your pocket with a treat, ready for the school pick up or to take a snack on a bush walk. They're also very handy tidying up after a gathering - wrap up all those bits and bobs. Cover those leftover dips, chutneys, olives or the last mouthful of cheese. Perfect for avocado and wrapping the end of a cucumber, the list goes on. 17cm x 20cm
Medium Size - The most popular size for families.The not-too-big, not-too-small size renders it perfect for covering side plates, wrapping kids sandwiches, or it can be used for smaller snacks and treats. Perfect for waste free lunches. 31cm x 27cm
Large Size - This size is perfect for covering a couple of decent size sandwiches and giving you a place-mat to eat off. It also looks great covering salad bowls and brightening up your dinner table. 35cm x 33cm
Extra Large Size - Cover those potluck salads and platters with a beautiful Honeywrap - your friends will be impressed and your salad will thank you for it! The extra large size is also great for keeping bread fresh and larger bowls. 45cm x 40cm
3x Pack - 1x Small, 1x Medium and 1x Large to start or expand your Honeywrap collection
- Small: 17cm x 20cm
- Medium: 31cm x 27cm
- Large: 35cm x 33cm
- XL: 45cm x 40cm
- Made with GOTS certified organic fabric
Ethical Commitment - Honeywrap was inspired by nature and a passion for making a difference by reducing the amount of plastic on the planet. Each Honeywrap is handmade in NZ from GOTs certified organic cotton, all steps of the making process are completed in a way to reduce any unnecessary waste and following the principles of "reduce, reuse, and recycle", and at the end of their life Honeywraps can be put in the compost as they are biodegradable and made using natural ingredients.