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Eco-Friendly Sandwich Wrap

By Buzzee Wraps

$11.50

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Reusable sandwich wraps are charming and functional alternatives to single-use plastic wrap and bags. Featuring a coconut shell button and twine, the beeswax and cotton wraps are an eco-responsible and easy way to pack your lunch to go. Wraps are compostable and biodegradable.

  • Instructions: Wash before use. Wrap your sandwiches and seal with the twine around the button
  • Himalayan pine resin helps to seal wraps to foods and bowls
  • Features coconut oil, lemon, and lemongrass essential oils for anti-fungal and antibacterial properties
  • Please note: Do not use as a cutting surface as it will damage the wraps
  • Lasts from 6-12 months depending on usage
  • Made in India
Additional Information:
  • Materials: GOTS Certified organic printed cotton, organic coconut oil, organic lemon essential oils, organic lemongrass essential oils, Himalayan pine tree resin, tropical beeswax, coconut shell, organic twine
  • Care: Hand wash only with mild dish soap in cool water. If using a sponge, use soft sponges only. Air dry. Keep away from heat. Wraps are compostable and biodegradable
  • Includes: One sandwich wrap with coconut shell button and twine
  • Dimensions: 13" x 13" x 0.04"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb
 

About Buzzee Wraps

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Buzzee Maker Pushpa Santhosh was inspired by her father, who wove cotton for more than four decades in India, and her mother, who used the fabric to bag produce and cover jars. When Pushpa’s son was born in 2016, she wanted to minimize how much plastic her family used and threw away. Drawing from her family history, she decided to try her hand at making a cotton-based alternative.

Buzzee’s reusable approach helps reduce single-use plastics, like baggies and cling wrap. With vibrant patterns (including one drawn by Pushpa’s young daughter) and all-natural ingredients (like coconut oil and Himalayan pine tree resin), they’re reusable, compostable, and longer-lasting than their plastic counterparts. A wrap can work to store produce, seal up leftovers, stash a sandwich, and, above all, reduce plastic consumption while keeping food fresh.