Sustainable, sophisticated, and fun, reusable beeswax wraps protect your food and the environment. Handcrafted in Massachusetts, these plastic alternatives are beautiful cotton fabrics layered with organic beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. Lasting for at least 100 washes, they can also be used as a lid cover for leftovers or folded into a pouch for snacks.
Made in Easthampton, Massachusetts
Instructions: Wrap your Z Wrap around food or over a dish, press firmly. The warmth of your hand will cause the wrap to stick to itself or onto the bowl. Alternatively, make a pouch by folding the wrap in half and then folding the edges over to create a strong seal
Reusable wrap lasts at least 100 washes
Nice alternative to plastic wrap and other single use plastics
Please note: Lay your Z Wrap on a cutting board in the sink to make cleaning easier. Hot water will melt the wax on the wrap, keep away from heat
Made in the USA
One beeswax food wrap
Medium: 12" x 12" x 0.02"; Large: 12" x 15" x 0.02"
100% cotton, organic beeswax, organic jojoba oil, tree resin
Wraps are reusable. Wash with cool water and mild soap, leave it to air dry, and be sure not to wring it out
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Z Wraps founder and environmentally-conscious mom, Michelle Zimora, has always been the tinkering type, taking what was around her and turning it into something useful. In 2017, she wrapped her thoughts around reducing plastic waste and creating a better way to pack her daughters’ school lunches. What began with one favorite printed fabric and a whole lot of recipe testing is now Z Wraps. Michelle’s pretty-meets-practical food wraps are a wonderful alternative to plastic wrap or little baggies.
Made with cotton fabric that is layered with organic beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin, a wrap is reusable, washable, and handy for many food storage and packing tasks, from sandwiches to cut veggies to even being used as a lid for leftovers. Multiple sizes serve multiple purposes but all are sustainable, compostable, and beautifully designed.