» WRAPPA «

Reusable Food Wraps

» WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps «

A fun, funky and environmentally friendly alternative to plastic wrap! Handcrafted in South Australia using 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and either local filtered bees wax or plant based wax (VEGAN friendly), damar tree resin (we do not use pine resin) and jojoba oil, these stunning food wraps are a must for every household.

About Us
Amazing product… Love all the designs. There’s one to suit everyone’s taste… So easy to use and holds food securely. So happy with my wraps and will definitely be getting some more and telling all my friends xx
Leah Pimlott

There are wraps and then there was wraps! We love your wraps. I had tried others but none come even remotely close to yours in terms of quality and longevity. We also love that you were the first to introduce vegan plant based wraps to the world. Thank you!

Evi Pessios

These wraps have changed everything! They keep bakery bread (even baguettes!) fresh forever! They make bringing potluck meals fun and fancy when I roll in with my pretty wrap. I can use them as baggies for snacks or just to wrap up half a cantaloupe in the fridge. So I basically just need more.

Emily Scherer

Awesome designs, fantastic product and faultless customer service.

Holly Plane

Upcoming Events

FIND YOUR LOCAL STOCKIST

News & Resources

Overnight Oats in a mug!

January 28th, 2020|

Do you remember having ice cream in a mug when you were a kid? Piling the ice cream in the cup and then holding by the handle so that your fingers didn’t freeze? Surely I [...]

An interview with Boody Australia’s CEO, Shaun Greenblo

January 21st, 2020|

Last year we teamed up with a gorgeous bunch of eco friendly businesses to bring you a fabulous end of year giveaway. That collaboration was brought to you by our friends at Boody. Following on [...]

How to make a snack bag with WRAPPA

December 30th, 2019|

Are you sick of spending money on zip lock plastic bags for snacks, only to throw them out and be guilt ridden about what they are doing to our environment? There is an easy alternative, [...]