SugarWrap eco cling wrap is the first eco-friendly product of its kind. SugarWrap Compostable Cling Wrap is made from Corn based PLA, which is typically used for sealing food items to keep them fresh over a longer period of time. The SugarWrap range offers the same functional durability as regular petro-based plastics and is certified 100% Compostable in a domestic composting environment. The Bio-Plastic material will break down within 12-24 weeks.
- 100% home compostable
- Designed to be used out of the box. Easy to dispense with perforated portions.
- Perforated portions to keep the Eco Compostable Cling Wrap as eco-friendly as possible.
- Cling wrap that is durable and creates a great airtight seal.
- Perfect for preparing, cooking or storing meals.
- Store in a cool place.
- Microwavable – can be used to heat up or defrost food in the microwave as well as stores in the freezer.
- Food Safe – hygienically store food preventing contamination and food-borne illnesses.
- SugarWrap eco cling wrap is made from plant-based corn PLA which is great for you and great for the environment.
- Breaks down between 3-6 months
- 30 Metres x 30cm
Benefits and The Environment – Eco Cling Wrap
SugarWrap is one of the world’s first environmentally beneficial alternatives to everyday household plastic products. Using SugarWrap over regular plastic products is both better for your families health and the environment. The SugarWrap range is a lightweight, high strength, durable and better quality result than conventional plastic products.
SugarWrap offers a complete range of kitchen plastics, made from sustainable sugarcane Bio-PE renewable material, that can replace petroleum-based plastics with the goal of establishing an environmentally conscious alternative to food-safe plastics. Unlike Corn-based bio-plastics, Bio-PE made from Brazilian sugarcane has no impact on global food production and also only occupies 1.5% of Brazilian arable land area, with no impact on vital Amazon Rain Forest areas. Brazilian sugarcane is cultivated in the Southeast of Brazil, some 2,000 km away from the Amazon Forest.