'Summer Fruits' Vegan Food Wrap - 3 Pack
'Summer Fruits' Vegan Food Wrap - 3 Pack
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'Summer Fruits' Vegan Food Wrap - 3 Pack

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Spurge
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$33.99 CAD
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Just like summer, this pattern is only here for a limited time! Perfect for packing fruits and veggies, the Summer Fruits wraps will be sure to brighten up any summer picnic.

Product Information

A Spurge wrap is a sustainable, 100% plant based alternative to plastic wrap.

Spurge wraps are made of sustainably sourced Candelilla wax, tree resins, and jojoba oil, infused into 100% cotton fabric.

Spurge can be used to wrap food such as fruits, vegetables, herbs, vegan cheese, you name it! They also make great lids for food storage containers, and for covering bowls.

Spurge wraps can be used over and over again for up to a year.

Spurge wraps must be washed in cool water with a gentle soap. You can use a damp cloth to wipe them clean, or simply run them under the tap. Do not wash in warm or hot water as the wraps will melt! Do not scrub the wraps with a dish scrub as this will remove the wax coating.

Warm up the Spurge wrap in your hands before use. Crumple it up in a ball, stretch it, twist it, whatever! The warmth of your hands will activate the stickiness and make it more flexible.

Each pack of 3 has:
1 x Small (18cm x 18cm)
1 x Medium (25cm x 25cm)
1 x Large (33cm x 33cm)

Brand Information

What began as a passion project soon became a small business for founder of Spurge, Emily Segal, as she discovered the potential impact these plant based wraps could have on the world. Emily is a veterinary technician, and is passionate about reducing and eliminating single use plastics. She has participated in ocean clean ups, where the world’s plastic problem is strikingly evident. Though she had used beeswax wraps in the past, Emily felt uneasy about taking from the bees, and wondered if there was a way to produce an alternative to plastic wrap made entirely of plant-based, vegan friendly materials. And thus, Spurge was born!