Honeywraps – Small – Twin Pack

$14.00 inc. GST

Honeywrap food wraps are the perfect replacement for cling film and plastic food bags.
Use these small beeswax wraps to wrap individual food items and snacks or cover bowls, pots and jars to keep food fresh.

Small beeswax wraps are approximately 17cm x 20cm.

Small Honeywraps are ideal for wrapping fruits and vegetables such as a cut cucumber, avocado or tomato.  They can be used to cover small bowls, dips and sauces, or you can use them in your lunchbox to hold snacks such as nuts, cheese and crackers.

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Small Beeswax wraps – Twin Pack

Honeywraps are made with 100% organic cotton blended with beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil.  This perfect combination makes the cloth tacky allowing it to be shaped over your food and dishes. It makes your food last longer and can be used over and over again.

Honeywraps are really easy to use.  Just pick the size you need and wrap.  It sticks to itself and your dishes to ensure that your food stays fresh.  Honeywrap designs also look fantastic!  Especially on the BBQ table or in your lunchbox.

Product Features

  • Reusable
  • Waste-free
  • 100% Organic Cotton
  • Handmade in New Zealand

How Honeywraps are Eco-Friendly.
Honeywraps are made from 100% organic cotton with a blend of beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil.  These are all naturally occurring so not only are they non-toxic and therefore safe on your food, but once you are finished with your wraps, simply pop them into the compost bin.

Why choose Honeywrap?
Honeywrap is a small business run by three Auckland mums who are on a mission to reduce plastic waste.  Since they began creating Honeywraps in 2014 they have saved the equivalent of over 3 million metres of plastic wrap ending up in landfill.

Caring for your Honeywrap.
Each honeywrap should last you about a year.
To clean, simply knock or wipe off any food, wash in cold soapy water, then leave to drip dry on a towel.
Be careful not to heat your Honeywrap above 60 degrees as the natural beeswax will melt and leave a bit of a mess.
Honeywraps may behave differently at different temperatures.  On a hot summer day they will be soft and easy to stick.  On cold days or if your honeywrap has been sitting in the fridge, you may need to use the warmth of your hands to mould it and help it to stick.

Honeywraps are not suitable for the microwave, oven or dishwasher.

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