Where to buy beeswax wraps online in Australia
Are you keen to reduce the amount of plastic you use? Try shopping for beeswax wraps instead.
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Reducing the amount of plastic you use is important. A small step in the right direction can make a big difference for the environment. Beeswax wraps are an easy way to reduce the amount of plastic you use in the kitchen. They replace the plastic cling wrap that you might commonly use to wrap up food and are washable, reusable and sustainable.
But where do you buy them from? Below are some of the best sites to buy beeswax wraps online. Shopping online means you can do all the buying from the comfort of your own home. Who said that being environmentally conscious had to be difficult?
If you want to ethically shop beeswax wraps, check out the non-profit organisation SisterWorks for all your sustainable goodies.
- 50% of the profit from this product goes directly to the refugee and migrant women who made it
- Tracking is available on all orders
- All products are 100% locally and ethically made in Victoria
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- Nourished Life: Free delivery for members only.
- Amazon: Free shipping on eligible items with Amazon Prime membership.
- Catch: Free delivery for members of the Catch Club.
- Hard To Find: Sellers decide on free delivery.
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