Bloom Sandwich/Food Wrap

 
£7.50
FW-6023
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This stylish Bloom design cotton sandwich/food wrap is a great alternative to disposable plastic bags and wrap.  Ideal for sandwiches, snacks, travel and storage, it is designed with the environment in mind, promoting reusable, sustainable materials and reducing the amount of toxins and wastage going into landfill and soil.

On one side it has printed cotton, and on the other a water resistant polyester liner which helps keep the food inside fresh. Just unfold, pop in a sandwich, bagel or anything else you fancy, fold up and secure with the velcro fastenings. When unfolded, it doubles up as a plate/mat - a really useful feature when out and about.

Made through a women’s co-operative in India which gives the opportunity of work to women, allowing them to achieve gender equity and to feel truly empowered.  

Wash by hand, in the dishwasher (top rack) or in the washing machine (cold cycle). Lie flat to dry.

Free from lead, phthalates and BPA.

35.5cm diameter.

Keep Leaf was founded by Jaswinder Sahl, a mother from Toronto with a passion for textiles and design.  With a growing concern for our environment and a compelling desire to reduce her carbon footprint, Jas promptly began developing products that facilitate the now imperative, environmentally conscious lifestyle. 

Keep Leaf is based on her belief that you do not have to compromise on quality and style to observe responsible, sustainable practices and the result is a range of speciality reusable products that are premium quality, modern, chic, easy to use and well priced. Jas knows that in order for consumers to choose reusable over the convenience of disposable, the reusable product must entice with more than just its green credentials.

Asked what makes Keep Leaf’s products unique, Jas points to the company’s playful aesthetic. “That’s what really sets Keep Leaf apart,” she said. “There is a sense of fun to it. There’s lots of colour. It’s very stylish. With our new products, we’re continuing that philosophy – to make sure that going green is not boring. That it’s fun and chic.”