Never buy aluminium foil, cling film or baking paper again!
Agreena 3 in 1 reusable food wrap products replace a whole range of disposable kitchen products, including aluminium foil, cling film and baking paper. The perfect eco-friendly film that wraps, seals and bakes!
Non-toxic and safe for cooking, they can withstand temperatures up to 230 celsius. Use as a non-stick surface for a range of baking purposes, as well as for covering dishes in the oven to prevent food drying out. No need for tin foil!
Both products contain 100% platinum food grade silicone
We have two versions to chose from.
Agreena Combo Pack: this contains 4 silicone wraps (2 small and 2 large). Perfect for sealing bowls, wrapping food items or for keeping food fresher for longer. Also perfect for covering dishes in the oven.
Small wraps: 20x20cm
Large wraps: 30x30cm
Agreena Bakers sheets: these have the same wrapping and sealing qualities as the above, but are shaped to fit a baking tray so have a multitude of uses. This pack contains two baking sheets measuring 45x30cm.
No BPA, phthalates, lead, mercury or any other nasties
The outer packaging is a cardboard tube. However, the product itself comes with a one off plastic backing sheet which is a critical part of the manufacturing process. This is done on a PET1 backing sheet, which means that it is recyclable. We believe that, overall, the amount of cling film, aluminium foil and baking paper saved is a lot bigger then the one off backing sheet.
Mel, the owner and creator of Agreena hated the endless amounts of of grease-proof paper, toxic foil, containers with missing lids and of course the mild-to-severe lacerations from the metal teeth of death on the side of cling film boxes (which is also non-recyclable)!
Ultimately, she developed a product to replace all of these!
Mel is also really passionate about waste, rubbish, and landfill issues. Money from every wrap sold goes to support the eco-education of young minds and the efforts of green armies doing their best to clean up and campaign for positive environmental change.
Check out some helpful videos here for tips on how to use.