Vegan wax wraps - the natural, eco-friendly & traditional way to keep food fresh
The Vegan Wax Wrap Co. have collaborated with the National Trust! Illustrated by the talented Melanie Selstom and made exclusively for the National Trust, the collection showcases pollinators and wildflowers found throughout the UK during the autumn and winter months.
A proportion of sales from every pack goes directly to the National Trust, supporting their bee conservation work looking after nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.
Reusable for up to a year, clean by hand washing in cold water with a mild dishwashing soap and a sponge or brush. Hang to dry and store folded in a drawer or rolled in a jar until next time.
Do not use to wrap hot food, make sure all food is cold before you use the wraps.
These National Trust vegan wax wraps are available in the following packs:
Two Combo Pack: one small wrap (20 x 20cm), one medium wrap (30 x 30cm)
Three Combo Pack: one small wrap (20 x 20cm), one medium wrap (30 x 30cm), one large wrap (40 x 40cm)
Five Combo Pack: two small wraps (20 x 20cm), two medium wraps (30 x 30cm), one large wrap (40 x 40cm)
Small wraps are perfect for preserving unused vegetables and fruit halves and sealing jars.
Medium wraps are ideal for wrapping sandwiches and covering leftovers.
Large wraps are fab for covering large dishes, keeping leafy greens fresher for longer and wrapping small/partially used loaves.
Do not use with raw fish or meat, and avoid all contact with heat including microwaves and ovens. Please note these wraps are flammable so keep away from naked flames. Brilliant for using as firelighters when they do reach the end of their life!
Handmade in the British countryside, The Vegan Wax Wrap Co. spent six months perfecting an eco-friendly plant-based wax blend that contains no soy or palm oil. Each vegan wax wrap is made from organic jojoba oil, pine resin, GMO free and UK sourced sumac wax, sunflower wax, rice bran wax and hydrogenated castor oil. They also use GOTs certified organic fairtrade cotton and organic dyes.
The National Trust is Europe’s largest conservation charity, celebrating their 125th anniversary in 2020. They look after more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 780 miles of coastline and hundreds of special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with one simple value at their core; looking after nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.