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Goldilocks Beeswax Wrap — Single

If you're looking to fill out your beeswax food wrap collection or looking to give them a try these colourful singles are the perfect option! A natural alternative to plastic wrap, Goldilocks wraps are a reusable beeswax food wrap that replaces plastic wrap and keeps your food fresh for longer! Imagine trying to breath if you were wrapped in plastic.. It is the same thing for your food! We've tested Goldilocks wraps here at Sustain and are happy to say they perform with the best food wraps on the market. 

What are they made with?
Beeswax, tree resins, jojoba oil and 100% cotton.

What size is the single?
Medium : 10x10"


What to use it for?
The main purpose of reusable beeswax wraps is to preserve food, but you are only limited by your creativity! Some common uses include: 
- cheese
- fruits + veggies herbs
- bowls + plates 
- sandwiches 
- snacks
- & more!
How do I clean/care for them?
Not too hot. 
Not too cold. 
Just Right. 
Wash with cool, soapy water. Do not heat. 

How long do they last?
For the average person about a year is typical. By all means, if it still works, continue to use it. 

What do I do with them after?
When they loose their stickiness, you can use them like a wax paper. Once they're beyond the point of no return, you can compost them or use them as fire starters.

What size do I need?
Smalls are great for small produce like lemons, avocados or covering small jars. Mediums are versatile and can be used for larger produce or to cover bowls and plates with leftovers. Larges are perfect for making snack packs or covering mid-sized baking dishes and to wrap cheese.

Where does Goldilocks get their wax from?
All of their wax is sourced locally from Urban Bee Honey Farm. All of their hives are located on Vancouver Island or in the greater Vancouver area.

How do I get the beeswax food wrap to stick?
In order to "activate" the wrap and to get it to be at it's prime "stickiness", we recommend also using the heat of your hands in order to warm the wax up before you use them. This involves maneuvering the wrap between your fingers and using the heat of your hands to help it stick to the edge of whatever surface you're trying to adhere it to. 

Enjoy! You'll never need plastic wraps again! 


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