Gift our sustainable and zero waste lunch set to a loved one or get one for your self ! This Zero Waste Set comes with a set of 2 Medium Madhu Wrap Beeswax Wraps, 1 Medium Bento bag, 1 Travel Cutlery Wrap and 1 Napkin in organic Kala cotton.
Products in the Gift Set
1.Madhu Wrap Beeswax Food Wrap - Set of 2 Medium Wraps in Organic Cotton
This set of 2 Madhu Wraps contains 2 medium sized food wraps in assorted prints, handcrafted in herbal dyed GOTS certified organic cotton, pure natural beeswax, natural tree dammar gum and organic cold pressed coconut oil.
Medium Wrap Size : 8″ x 11″
The set of 2 Medium sized Madhu Wraps is ideal for packing roti, sandwiches and fruit for a lunch or snack box. The wraps mould to food to be covered when pressed with the warmth of your hands. Use and Care instructions are on the product sleeve.
Beeswax Wraps and reusable, washable and compostable. The wraps can be washed and reused atleast 100 times!
To know more about Madhu Wrap and its use and care read our and watch our video on using Madhu Wrap.
2. Medium Bento Bag - 1 piece
With a traditional minimalistic Japanese design, this versatile bag can be used for food storage, to carry your lunch box or as a travel organiser. Pair with our Travel Cutlery wrap and napkin for a zero-waste lunch.
Medium Bag Size : 11″ x 11″ x 2.75″
3. Travel Cutlery Wrap - 1 piece
Choose a sustainable lifestyle by carrying your reusable cutlery in our Tanuka Travel Cutlery Wrap in organic Indian ‘Kala Cotton’ with your lunch or snack box.
With three pockets the Tanuka Travel Cutlery Wrap can hold a spoon, fork and a knife or a reusable straw or chopsticks. The wide cotton tape is easy to knot and open. The flap cover design allows you to easily carry variable sizes of cutlery.
Width = 4.5"
Height = Adjustible from 6.5" to 9".
4. Table Napkin - 1 piece
Made in organic unbleached 'Kala Cotton' this soft and absorbent napkin is a handy accessory in your lunch box.
Napkin size - 15" x 15"
‘Kala’ cotton is an old world indigenous cotton variety from Kachchh, Gujarat, India and is by nature sustainable and organic, being cultivated without the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. It is a purely rain fed crop that has a high tolerance for both disease and pests.