Reusable. Washable. Compostable.
Perfect for carrying sandwiches, pastries, snacks in your lunch bag, picnic basket, or backpack. Whatever you foods you transport on the go are kept safe and cozy...no zippers, no PUL lining, just a clever little flap that folds over and tucks in the top. Got pencils and pens, sure, you could use this. Make-up and toiletries? Yep those, too.
And these patterns are pretty darn cute:
– Unicorns, Lions, and Deer on a burnt orange-y color
– Bicycles on a teal blueish background
– Moons on a navy blue background
– Elephants in various colors on white
Proving that eco friendly and sustainability can be both functional and fun.
Other products by No Trace: Vegan Wax Food Wraps
- 100% organic cotton exterior and lining
- Handmade with zero waste in Santa Cruz, CA.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Plastic containers, plastic wraps, plastic baggies, and cloth bags lined with synthetic material like nylon or water-resistant fabric or PUL. And because it's 100% natural fibers, it won't release microfibers into our water.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
Size: 8" X 8"
To open, just fold the top edge over. Then fold it closed again once full.
Care: Machine wash cold water with like colors, low heat dry or line dry.
Handmade to last in Santa Cruz, CA, USA.
Small adhesive-free tag. Please recycle.
END OF LIFE
Switch from food to stuff like pens and pencils, toiletries. Add some lavender and use as sachets in your drawers... but when it's done-done, compost it.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Liz McDade started No Trace in 2017 when she started to look closely at the trash that was made in her own life. She realized that if she was going to cut waste, she could use a few tools. But she couldn't find any sustainably made ones from all natural materials at her local stores. The options were made with plastic, or synthetic materials, or were packaged in plastic.
So she decided to create a better option. At No Trace, everything is made with organic & recycled materials only - no synthetics, no plastic packaging and no waste made in the process. Everything can be composted at the end of its life cycle. She hopes you find just what you need from No Trace to make your life a little greener.