SugarWrap Bundle

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What's included:

1 x Sandwich Eco Zipper Bags

1 x Medium Eco Garbage Bags

1 x Eco Cling Wrap


SugarWrap bundle are your essentials for storing food in and out of the fridge, keeping food fresh and full of taste.

Included in the bundle: Sandwich Eco Zipper Bags, Medium Eco Garbage Bags, Eco Cling Wrap.

    • Ideal for storing sandwiches, vegetables, fruit, baked goods, cooked food, and leftovers.
    • Thick, durable sugarcane plastics that help protect food from freezer burn and keep your food fresh.
    • Eco Rubbish Bags are perfect for household food and garden waste.
    • Microwaveable and freezable (use as directed). When defrosting & reheating, keep slightly open to vent.
    • SugarWrap products are made from natural sugarcane which is great for you and great for the environment.
    • 40 Zip Lock Sandwich Bags per box 17 x 18 cm
    • 30 Medium Garbage Bags. Dimensions 51 x 66 cm, 27 Litre.
    • Eco Cling Wrap Dimensions 60 Metres x 30cm (with slide-cutter).


These products are made in South Korea



Benefits and the environment – SugarWrap Bundle

SugarWrap is one of the world’s first environmentally beneficial alternatives to everyday household plastic products. Using SugarWrap over regular plastic products is 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.