Vegan Oliwraps Set of 3 Sage Polka Dot - Rowen Stillwater
Vegan food wraps made from olives
Set of three wraps
Small (20cm x 20cm), medium (25cm x 25cm) & large (30cm x 30cm)
Biodegradable & compostable
We are so pleased to be stockists of Rowen Stillwater's Oliwraps - vegan food wraps made from olives. They are such an easy and brilliant plastic-free switch, they will make you wonder why you ever used anything else. No longer will you have to wrestle with the cling film roll. Hooray! Made with 100% cotton fabric and 100% plant-based ingredients, these food wraps mould and grip with the warmth of your hands to form a water repellent seal. It really is that easy.
Wrap around your sandwiches, fruit, snacks when you are on the go, the top of a bowl to save leftovers, or fruit and vegetables in the fridge. They are even good for protecting a toothbrush, soap and shampoo bars or bottle lids when you are on your travels.
We think you will love them as much as we do.
NOT SUITABLE FOR PINE ALLERGY SUFFERERS.
How to use and care for your Oliwraps
Our new 100% plant based formula is kind to the environment and easy to care for, just follow the 3Cs:
Cover - Your wrap moulds and grips with warmth of your hands so give it a quick rub between your palms (or scrunch in your fist!) to wake it up.
Now cover the food or container and press the wrap onto itself for 5-10 seconds to secure it in place.
Clean - You can clean your wrap under cold running water or give it a wipe with a damp cloth.
Compost- When your wrap has reached the end of its useful life - usually about 6 months to a year with regular use - simply cut it into strips and compost it.
- 1 x Large: 30cm x 30cm (approx. 12in x 12in)
- 1 x Medium: 25cm x 25cm (approx. 10in x 10in)
- 1 x Small: 20cm x 20cm (approx. 8in x 8in)
About Rowen Stillwater
Why Zero Waste? Our journey out of waste began with a very British problem – the two week wheelie bin wait.
As a fortnight of ‘recyclables’ began accumulating in a blue bin under my window I saw just how much plastic, metal and paper my little family of three were generating and I was horrified. The worst part was I thought I was REALLY careful about our consumption.
I started to research what happened to that pile of supposedly ‘good’ waste we were generating and learned that a lot of so-called "recyclable" material ends up in landfill anyway (too dirty, too hard to separate etc.) so what good was I doing moving my mountain of waste from the landfill bin to the recyclable one? We sat down as family and decided it was time to get into re-usables and ditch the ‘throw-it-out’ mentality we'd had for so long.
Now our family is closer to zero waste (still a long way to go though!) and we're ready to share some of the tried and tested upcycle and sustainable alternatives we've found. So here’s to a greener home and a trash-free planet – may we all have room to move and breathe and enjoy our lives.