The Essential Pack
The Essential Pack
Our handcrafted Beeswax food wraps are a healthy & sustainable reusable alternative to using plastic wrap. Perfect for storing all your food & produce. We create our wraps with our own natural organic formula consisting of locally sourced beeswax, jojoba oil and natural pine tree gum, which has both antibacterial & anti-fungal properties. The combination of these natural ingredients together preserve your food & keep your food fresher as well as making your home plastic free.
Our unique design’s, are hand woodblock printed on organic cotton using and natural dyes by our artisan’s in India. We handcraft all the Beeswax Wraps in Melbourne, Australia.
The Essential Pack is perfect kitchen pack. The 3 various sizes are perfect for preserving and keeping vegetables fresh, wrapping cheese, avocados, herbs, sandwiches, covering bowls & platters. They are water resistant & can happily be put in the refrigerator or freezer.
Our Beeswax Wraps are not only functional but look beautiful when sharing food with friends & family.
Included in your Essential Pack are 3 X Beeswax Wraps:
1 x Small (17 x 17cm)
I x Medium (22 x 22cm)
1 X Large (32 X 33cm)
All packs come in a variety of 5 different designs, in our uniquely hand printed organic cotton fabric, plus 1 x GOTS Organic Cotton
How to use: Simply use the heat of your hands to shape around your food or bowl. The wrap will cool and create a seal to protect & preserve your food.
How to wash: Simply wipe them down with a damp cloth or use a biodegradable detergent and cold water. Do not wring or soak them. (treat them like you would wash a plate). Pop them in your dish rack to dry & store ready for re-use. Do not use in the dishwasher, microwave or oven. Avoid using on raw meats.
Follow these instructions and the Beeswax Wraps will last up to 12 months plus, being used on an average of a few times a week.
Reusable, Eco friendly, sustainable, waste free, non-toxic & bio-degradable, hand printed by our communities, designed and handmade by us, in Melbourne, Australia.