Q & A
1- What is a natural food wrap?
A natural food wrap is a cotton cloth coated with beeswax, jojoba oil, and pine resin. These ingredients combine to create a moldable and clingy cloth that can be used to replace plastic foil. Natural wraps have many uses, from covering a bowl with leftovers to wrapping a sandwich for lunch, saving half a lemon for the next cocktail, protecting half an avocado from going black, saving cheese from hardening, or wrapping cookie dough to freeze.
2- How are Grandma natural food wraps made?
Grandma's wraps are handmade in Malmö in a low-scale production. They are made with fabrics made with 100% organic cotton that are coated with a mixture of beeswax from local beekeepers, organic jojoba oil, and pine resin. All the ingredients are melted together and applied to the fabric with care.
3- How do I care for my natural food wraps?
One golden rule: No heat! Your Grandma wraps are made with ingredients that melt with heat. You can wash your wraps with cold water and mild dish soap after every use. If necessary, use a brush to remove food leftovers. Avoid scrubbing too hard and never put it in a dishwashing machine.
4- What type of food can I wrap?
Vegetables and fruit. Nuts, cereals, and grains. Flowers and herbs. Cookies, bread, and other baked goods. Homemade energy balls and granola bars. Candies. You can also use Grandma's wraps to cover bowls, jars, molds, and plates. Avoid hot food and raw meat.
5- How long do Grandma's wraps last?
If treated kindly, they will last for over a year. After that, you can wax them again and reuse them for another year.