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Mind your own Beeswax: Reusable sandwich wrap decreases your child’s lunch waste

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One of the ways we teach our kids how to be a more responsible consumer is by modeling how we reduce the amount of waste that we create. It might be a super easy timesaver to put junior’s lunch in a disposable, plastic baggie, but the more responsible option is clearly this versatile Beeswax Sandwich Wrap created by Sarah Kaeck.

The handmade wrap is made of beeswax, cotton fabrics, tree resin, and jojoba oil. The 13-by 13-inch square will wrap around a variety of bread sizes an it is secured with the attached string which then winds around the bee-bedecked wood button for a bee-utiful presentation.

Beeswax Reusable Sandwich Wrap, $11, www.uncommongoods.com.

Posted 12:00 am, September 4, 2017
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