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Abeego is a Reusable Food Storage Fabric

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You’re already gone green in most aspects of your life. But one thing most people have difficulty greening up is food storage, because what can you use to replace plastic cling wrap?¬†It took a while to find an answer to that question, but now that we have, it’s time to spread the word about Abeego.


Abeego is a hemp and cotton fabric that’s supposed to help make food and leftover storage easy as pie. It’s infused with¬†beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil so food is kept fresh when it’s wrapped in the Abeego. The fabric is malleable and slightly adhesive when it’s at room temperature, although it stiffens considerably and holds its form when it’s cooled down.

When you’re done using the Abeego, don’t throw it out. Just handwash it in cold water and it’ll be ready for you to use again once it’s dry. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, which you can check out here.

[via BLTD]