WRAPPA Reusable Vegan Food Wraps are a fun, funky and a environmentally friendly alternative to plastic wrap! Handcrafted in South Australia using 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and plant based wax (which is Vegan Friendly), they are long lasting (up to 12 months) and easy to clean, making them a must for every household.

Best of all, there’s some pretty clever ways you can use your reusable food wrap to make your life easier. Lets check them out below.



One Small Change Can Make All The Difference!


The average family uses close to 1,000 plastic bags and 24 rolls of plastic wrap per year. This results in an eye watering 300 million tonnes of plastic produced of which only 1–2% is properly recycled with the rest going to landfill where it takes anywhere up to 500 years to decompose. Not to mention the nasty toxins from plastics that can find their way into what we consume, creating potential health risks. If you are conscious of the amount of plastic wrap that is being wasted every year, then switching to WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps is one of the easiest ways to reduce the amount of plastic waste your household produces.



1. Use your Wrappa to keep your fruit and veg fresh after cutting.

Fruits and Vegies come in odd shapes, and cutting can make those shapes even odder. Instead of reaching for the plastic food wrap which isn’t great at sealing and sticking around the service of sliced fruit or veg, use your Wrappa. Wrappa wraps are naturally tacky and flexible, hugging to the unique shape of your sliced apple, onion or avocado. This makes Wrappas more effective in keeping your left over fruit and veg fresh, for longer. No more waste after those fancy food plater parties!

2. Use your Wrappa to stop your cutting board from slipping

We’ve all been there. You’re trying to cut something with a less than sharp knife, but every time you feel like you’re getting somewhere, your cutting board slips halfway across the counter and you nearly lose a finger. Take a Wrappa Reusable Food Wrap and place it under the cutting board. The natural stickiness of the wrap will help stop your mat from sliding around. 

3. Use your Wrappa for extra grip when opening jars and bottles.

Ever been stuck jumping around the kitchen trying to open a jar of jam that you really need to get open to complete your peanut butter and jam sandwich that you’ve been craving all day….? Fortunately, Wrappa wraps are just that right amount of tacky to add that extra bit of grip around the lid and your hand so you can get the bugger open. Life is to short to not get to the food…


4. Use your Wrappa to wrap the end of a flower bouquet

Next time you’re visiting the florist to get flowers for yourself or someone special, take your Wrappa Reusable Food Wraps with you to wrap the ends with. That way you won’t need to use their cellophane wrapping, or the little plastic travel bag to stop them dripping. This trick also works to keep cut herbs fresh from the garden.


5. Use your Wrappa to wrap around a soap bar or shampoo bar when traveling

Have your favourite soap bar or shampoo bar that you want to take on the road? Instead of storing them in a messy plastic bag, use your Wrappa wrap. They’ll take up next to no room in your luggage and there’s zero chance of spills in transit. Even if your soap or shampoo are still wet and sudsy, the Wrappa wrap will keep everything sealed in! 

The Magic is in your hands!


What is the secret? It is the warmth from your hands that softens the wraps just enough to allow them to stick! That is it!

Oh… did we mention the smell? It’s divine! Wrappa worked hard to get their wraps to still have that gorgeous natural smell to them and there is no need to worry about the smell transferring to your food, as it doesn’t happen!


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Ready to get your hands on your new WRAPPA Reusable Vegan Food Wraps? Check out our range here.


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