Product Review and Share: Abeego Reusable Food Wrap

Hey everyone!

It’s time to take things to the next level. While you may be eating healthy, what kinds of products do you use in your kitchen? Tons of tin foil? Plastic storage containers? I am gradually shifting my kitchen to be as natural as possible, and yet I am going to be realistic.

We live in a world where plastics are necessary for daily activities (just look at our vehicles). But here is an opportunity for you to eliminate one plastic from your life — plastic wrap.

Growing up in our house, we always had leftovers. Leftovers were put into plastic containers or the whole tray of food was covered in plastic wrap and thrown into the fridge. This plastic wrap inevitably gets thrown in the trash, and ends up in a landfill. Now, that doesn’t have to happen anymore – this is a review of a reusable natural product called Abeego reusable beeswax food wrap. I thought I would share my experience with you.

And full disclosure, this is not a sponsored post. My sister gave me this product for Christmas, and I just got around to using it.


The package is very slim, and contains 1 small (7″x7″),1 medium (10″x10″) and 1 large wrap (13″x13″). They are folded up in the packaging.

The wraps are natural, breathable and compostable. The natural oils make them smell really great!
The wraps are natural, breathable and compostable. The natural oils make them smell really great!

The wraps smell very good because of the natural oils in them. The texture of the cloths is quite pliable, and you can shape them around your casserole dish like so:

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Pictured above is the Large 13″x13″ wrap on a 9″x9″ casserole.

To clean, hand wash in cold water with an eco-friendly soap. Do not microwave or use in very hot temperatures. Air dry.

These are a great product, the package says you can use them for a year, maybe even longer. I love this product, and I will continue to reuse it in the future. You can find more fantastic uses of this product at

This awesome product is made in Canada.

Have you used this product? Leave a comment. What other natural products should I incorporate into my kitchen?

– Eat Well, Live Well

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