Abeego is the original all natural beeswax food wrap that keeps food fresh longer. Reusable Abeego wraps are an affordable and earth-friendly replacement for disposable plastic wraps and bags.
Abeego Large Flats are ideal for big stuff! Covering salad bowls, wrapping your big sandwiches or loaves of French bread. Perfect for broccoli, lettuce or cauliflower heads. Take the plastic wrap off and store your food in a Large Abeego Flat instead. It will last longer.
Contains: 2 Large Flat 33 cm x 33 cm 13” x 13”
To Use: Use pressure in combination with the warmth of your hands to form it tightly around the item to be stored. Abeego will be slightly adhesive and malleable at room temperature and will stiffen when cool, holding the shape you created. The fluid and air resistant beeswax coating keeps food fresh and is easy to clean. Store your food the way nature intended with Abeego Flats.
To Clean: Simply hand wash in COLD, soapy water and towel or air dry. Abeego prefers gentle, low alcohol, biodegradable soap.
Caring for your Abeego as recommended will ensure that it lasts over a year. When it has finally run its course Abeego can return to the earth whence it came via your compost or trash receptacle.
*Not suitable for the dishwasher, microwave, direct heat or high temperatures. Avoid direct contact with raw meat.
Made from: Hemp, Organic Cotton, Beeswax, Tree Resin, Jojoba Oil.
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Wendy: a few months ago
I ordered the large, medium and small food wrappers. I have yet to use the large size. I've used the medium size to wrap left over food in a glass Tupperware. It works fine, with a strong smell of beeswax. It does not affect the taste of the food. It does leave a film of beeswax on the glass, but nothing that won't scrub away with hand-washing in warm/hot water. The only downside is that I read on the box, that it will last one year or longer. It's quite pricey if it only last one year. Will have to see.
Corinna: about a year ago
I've been using these for about a month or so for cheeses. So far, they've been awesome. They work well, they have a slight natural stick to them so it's okay that my hands aren't particularly warm enough to heat the waxes on it. They don't need to be in order to keep the wrap sealed. My hubby does almost all the shopping and cooking and even he loves them, (he's not by nature a particularly "green" person) so the fact he likes them too is a win for me. :)