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Abeego Beeswax Wraps Make Plastic-free Food Storage Totally Possible

Abeego Plastic-free Food Wraps

What ARE these beeswax wraps anyway? And WHY would you need them?? To keep food alive, of course!

Abeego is the company behind these extraordinary wraps that are made of hemp and organic cotton fabric infused with a biodegradable blend of beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil. The wraps are meant to replace plastic wrap and zip-top baggies, and can be used to cover bowls, save leftovers or pack a sandwich. They have many uses and can even help with fermenting jobs because of their inherent breathability, letting just the right amount of air inside to keep things a-growin'. Just fold or shape Abeego around whatever you're aiming to preserve, and voila! Welcome to non-toxic, food-saving heaven.

Another feature I find fantastically helpful is a dual purpose of these wraps; their adept ability to help me open tight jars. Just pick a flat, form it around the lid and twist. Opens like a charm! 

Truly Non-toxic and Reusable

Our friends at Abeego are keenly aware of toxins and waste which is why they've gone to great lengths to provide a fully non-toxic product that is friendly to people and the earth. The waste they produce is biodegradable, first of all. Secondly, they've found creative ways to use excess material: business cards and Twisties, Abeego's own reusable version of twist ties.

A New Tradition

As a whole, we've been very impressed with the product and the company itself since we met them many years ago. Abeego wraps have become staples in our homes, and we recommend them every time we get the chance.

And now, what used to be a generational hand-me-down of plastic wrap and zip-top bags has become a completely different way of doing things. A greater knowledge and product that will be handed down to our children. 

People-friendly, biodegradable products from a company worth supporting. Yep, THAT'S the kind of thing we can really get behind!


Abeego Easy to Use Plastic-free Wraps

This post is sponsored by Abeego, but the opinions are our own – See our full Disclaimer here.


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