We HATE plastic so-called cling wrap that never sticks to anything but itself. Plastic bags? Sure, they’re handy, but they’re awful for the environment. We do want to keep leftovers from drying out in the fridge, though. To send the kiddo to school with sliced apples and goldfish for a snack.
What’s a conservation-minded parent to do?
Enter Wrappini — an eco-friendly food wrap made using only natural ingredients – 100% cotton, beeswax and coconut oil.
Wrappini sticks to itself as well as to glass, ceramic, and plastic. Safe for refrigerator and freezer, too! Here’s the best part: after use, rinse your Wrappini with water (and soap, if necessary) and air-dry. Each one lasts up to 12 months.
Beeswax is not only all-natural, it’s inherently anti-bacterial (just like honey). So food stored with Wrappini won’t get icky.
Here are a few words from Candice Rafferty, the creator of Wrappini:
I am not the first person to make and market beeswax food wraps, I admit that. However, I am the first person to do it with a focus on Asia. Why? Because I have adopted this part of the world as my home for the past 16 years and I truly love it. I am deeply saddened to see the rampant and abundant use of plastic bags in the region. I want to help educate and foster sustainable habits. And I honestly believe Wrappini can do just that. I am based in Bangkok, Thailand, a country that has no regulations on plastic bag usage; as such they are carelessly tossed away after a single use and overly used in all malls, markets, convenience stores and street stalls. I know we can’t change ingrained habits overnight, but I think this is one small step I can help promote regionally for the benefit of future generations and the environment.
Sure – plastic wrap, plastic bags, and plastic semi-disposable storage containers are cheap and convenient. Think about these facts before you buy another plastic storage product:
We love this entrepreneur’s moxie and wish her the very best with her campaign! Check out these cool graphics and we encourage you to consider backing this campaign!