Ditch the plastic in favour of some enviro-friendly wraps from Sustomi
Stop using sandwich bags and get rid of the Glad Wrap – the age of wasteful plastic storage is over! Heralding the shift away from harmful practices is the arrival of Sustomi – a Tasmanian business that is creating vibrantly patterned reusable beeswax food wraps, which are cheaper and help reduce our environmental footprint.
The past few years have seen a definitive shift towards sustainable living and environmentally conscious practices. This is a trend we expect to stick around thanks to the proliferation of likeminded businesses doing their part to change habits in Australia and around the world. Sustomi is one such business that is making its mark by putting forth a range of beeswax food wraps. These wraps are a plastic-free and non-toxic alternative to conventional food wraps, which contribute to the gargantuan total of 650 kilograms of plastic waste created per Australian per year.
Sustomi’s food wraps are made from 100 per cent cotton material, local Tasmanian bees wax, jojoba oil and natural tree resin, and are washable and reusable for up to six to 12 months. The wraps are a suitable alternative to plastic wrap and plastic containers thanks to its ability to wrap around sandwiches, snacks and produce, while also forming covers for salad bowls or a bowl itself. If you’d like to commence your shift from plastic to bees wax, head to the Sustomi website to browse the wraps of varying sizes.