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Say goodbye to cling wrap with these clever planet-friendly options
It’s no news flash that single-use plastic is one of the greatest threats to our oceans, waterways and our planet, but tearing ourselves away from our love affair with cling wrap is something many of us struggle with. Like any journey toward becoming more sustainable it’s about aiming for improvement and not perfection. Change your habits bit-by-bit starting with these plastic wrap alternatives.
Beeswax wraps are one of the simplest and easiest cling wrap swaps you can make. They come in a range of cute prints and sizes, and all you need to do is rinse them and wipe clean so they’re ready to use again. They typically last 12 months if you care for them properly. You can even make your own with a DIY kit.
These cotton/canvas covers can turn your bowls and plates into instant containers. They’re a great vegan alternative to beeswax wraps, are biodegradable at the end of their lifecycle and food-grade safe.
Wrap and seal with this reusable silicon sheet. We find they’re great for bigger fruit and veg items like watermelon or pumpkin. Another good vegan alternative, they’re freezer friendly and can also be used in the microwave or oven. Agreena also have their own recycling initiative specifically for their wraps.
Stasher is a little more expensive than other reusable bags but they’re really durable and best of all, leakproof. You can use them to cook, they’re oven proof, dishwasher safe and will stand up to the freezer. They come in a range of sizes from snack to XL. The company is also BCorp certified.
BPA, PVC and phthalates free, these little Ziploc bags are great for leftovers, sandwiches and snacks. They’re particularly useful for school lunches with the printed range appealing to little ones.
Arguably the best and most simple option of all. Forget bags, covers or containers, leave leftovers on the plate or in the bowl and cover with another plate or bowl and pop it straight in the fridge.
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