I jumped at the chance to use the Green essentials “Wrap it Green” alternative to Gladwrap. I’m not into plastic and always try to use an alternative. My Early Childhood Provider doesn’t even let us use Gladwrap in the children’s lunch boxes. It is deemed as a chocking hazard. It’s a real mind set to use a food wrap that is made from hemp, beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil. The material is stiff and doesn’t cling like we think it should. However it does cover vegetables that you want

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covered, it does cover marinating meat, and transports a sandwich to work if you fold the wrap into an envelope. And the thing I like best? Apparently it lasts for at least a year! Just give it a wash after using, then presto, ready to go again. What a great gift, one that keeps giving. Just ensure you give it to someone who is open to change.

Photo: And our new Hemp and Bees wax food covers, a great alternative to the nasty gladwrap. Head over to the Cupboard www.munchcupboard.com.


Disclosure: The products were sent to us free to do this review. All opinions are my own.

Munch Reviewer, Alice Dommet Doyle
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