Beeswax wrap is gradually gaining attention as a means of reducing plastic wrap. It's not very familiar yet, but I've found a cute product at "Flying Tiger Copenhagen" where you can find Scandinavian miscellaneous goods, so I would like to introduce it.
Beeswax wrap is a kitchen item that keeps food fresh by impregnating the fabric with beeswax, which has an "antibacterial and moisturizing" effect. The store's food wrap, which has a cute cherry pattern, measures 25 x 28 cm and has a faintly sweet and unique scent.
It feels rugged, but if you put it on a bowl and heat it with the heat of your hands, the shape will fit and you can cover it firmly. I put it on a salad of raw vegetables and stored it in the refrigerator for half a day, but it didn't dry out.
You can also wrap vegetables, bread, and sweets directly. One of the features is that you can use it repeatedly by washing it with water and drying it after use (avoid hot water because the wax melts).
It is not suitable for storing raw meat and hot foods, and please be careful not to use it directly or indirectly for infants under 1 year old. Although the range of use is somewhat limited, it is a wonderful item that brightens the inside of the refrigerator. Why don't you incorporate one into your sustainable life?