They say good things come in small packages and never a truer word spoken than with these beeswax wraps that keep food fresh for ages! Squeeze around cut lemons, avocados, cucumber ends; or cover tumblers of leftover smoothie in the fridge.
18cm x 18cm each.
Made in Canada from hemp and certified organic cotton that’s been infused with pure beeswax, certified organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
Hand wash in COLD water with an eco-friendly soap and air dry. In cold water the beeswax coating will be stiff, providing a stable surface to clean. Abeego washes like a plate, not a piece of fabric. It can handle a light scrub with a gentle dishcloth or sponge.
Store rolled, folded or flat (between cutting boards).
Abeego can last a year or longer with proper care. At the end of its life it can be composted. Not suitable for microwaves or exposure to hot temperatures.
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Reusable | Antibacterial | Breathable | Plastic Free | Compostable
Please note: We are unable to accept returns on this product once the pack has been opened.
Abeego was founded in 2008 by Toni Desrosiers and was born from the question “how did we store food before plastic wrap?” Toni used her background in holistic nutrition to research the history of food preservation and look for a solution in nature. She found it in Beeswax, a material that’s been used around the world for hundreds of years.
Toni and her husband Colin manufacture the Abeego range in their own factory in British Columbia, Canada.
Now a kitchen tool used worldwide, Abeego is proud to be the first to bring beeswax wraps to the market. The brand is also proud to be Canada's first B Corp™ Certified beeswax wrap company, meeting the highest social and environmental standards possible, and joining a global community accelerating the shift to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
Certified B Corporations™ are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.