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Aplat
Cotton Casserole Bowl Cover

Reusable, durable, and versatile · Made with zero waste



A reusable casserole cover is a great way to cover a potluck favorite to take on the go or to store leftovers, rising dough and more. Made from washable and breathable organic cotton, one can help foods stay warm out of the oven or fresh in the fridge.

  • Created with double-layer organic cotton canvas
  • Bag is free of hardware, plastic, and toxic elastic
  • Keeps food warm on the counter or fresh in the fridge and freezer
  • May be used in the microwave. Dampen cover with water before placing over dish
  • Pairs perfectly with a Reusable Casserole Tote to cover and carry to your next gathering
  • Maker donates 1% of annual revenue to nonprofit partners of 1% for the Planet
  • Canvas sourced from India, produced in the USA: San Francisco, CA

Includes:

One Reusable Casserole Pan Cover

Dimensions:

Small Bowl: 9" diameter; Medium Bowl: 11" diameter; Large Bowl: 14" diameter

Weight:

(varies) 0.4 - 0.6 lb

Materials:

10 oz organic cotton canvas

Care:

Machine wash on cold to help save energy and sustain the life of your casserole cover. Lay flat and smooth out wrinkles to dry

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Maker Shujan Bertrand and the team at Aplat are all about creating goods that center around sharing food and flowers. They believe there’s something special about bringing friends and family together, so they’re making it easier to bring things along with you. Their canvas carryalls, covers, and storage bags are created with zero waste to reduce pre-consumer textile waste on the planet, and to inspire folks to reduce the use of non-renewable plastic and elastic in their kitchens. And while these simple-but-smart totes and storage bags help make our lives easier, Aplat is helping others around the world by giving back to food-related nonprofit partners.