It’s easy to waste food when you can only use half of it for a meal. How many times has an avocado gone bad, one side for toast and the other forgotten on the counter in the breakfast rush? Save it for later with one of our SMALL Khala Cloths™! Better yet, fold into a bag and store your little bits of chopped veg to save time when prepping midweek meals without losing any flavor. Also, they’re a lot easier to get open and closed than a Ziplock. Anyone else have trouble with the zippers?
By using Khala Cloths™ instead of single-use packaging like plastic wrap or aluminum foil, you’ll not only be saving resources for future generations, you’ll be saving waste from entering landfills and saving money to boot! Lots of love and planetary good comes in these small sizes.
- One pack contains three Small wraps (7x8 inches)
- Made from a mix of natural waxes, coconut oil, and Colorado sourced beeswax
- Washable, reusable, compostable
- Self-adhering - the more you twist and fold, the better it will stick!
- Versatile - fold into a bag to enclose your food, cover a bowl or jar … whatever you need, our wraps have got you covered
- Durable – Our wraps last 1 year on average, and with care and love, can live longer (check our FAQ for some tips)
A small wrap is an excellent replacement for your standard plastic snack bag, capable of holding whatever you need to transport… wherever you need. Sold in a pack of three to cover all the bases, take a Small with you to class holding your snacks, cover up a bowl of strawberries in the fridge, or top a jar of homemade jam as a gift for a friend! This is a pack for those beginning their transition to a plastic free lifestyle, and those who have been at it for years. These Small wraps have the benefit of being easy to clean and care for, as well as your choice of print.
You have so many plates to juggle: reducing your carbon footprint, using less plastic, buying products that are good for the environment. That’s why we at Khala & CO try to make things easier, by carefully sourcing all the oils and waxes we use for our beeswax wraps to ensure our products are not only reusable, but also sustainable from root to tip! If after a year of use you feel that your wraps have lived their life to the fullest and simply can’t be used anymore (check our FAQ for some tips), rest easy knowing your Khala Cloths™ are compostable. From Mother Earth, Back to Mother Earth.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I bought Khala Cloths at my local Colorado farmers' market. I then tried some of the food wraps my mom uses and preferred Khala by a lot. The cloths last a long time and the people were so helpful.
These feel incredibly durable and do an excellent job! They also smell amazing and my kids love the print. We’re glad to find an easy way to reduce our footprint and support a great company.
So happy to support this great company and the environment. I've been using Khala wraps for years and they are fantastic. Original ones purchased are still like new. This is a second set so I'll have more.
They seem to do a good job. My only concern is how sanitary they are to reuse. I washed one with Dawn and hung to dry, hopefully that keeps off any germs. I like that they reduce waste in our landfills.
We wanted to give you some information regarding your concern about 'germs' on our wraps. Beeswax is known to have antibacterial properties against certain strains of Staphylococcus and Salmonella bacteria. Coconut Oil, an ingredient in the blend of both our Beeswax and Vegan wax blends, contains alkaloids and saponins which are known to have antibacterial effects. A 2018 Report on Edible Films and Coatings noted that Coconut Oil was shown to have some antifungal properties when spread on the surface of produce. Jojoba oil, another ingredient found in our Vegan Wax blends, is in the tentative stages of showing antibacterial resistant properties.
All of this is to say we cannot put a label on our wraps saying they are 100% antibacterial, but ingredients to the wraps have exhibited some antibacterial properties, specifically against bacteria that causes food borne illness, and therefore our wraps may have some of these properties as well.
Jackson from the Khala Crew
This is my third set of Khala Wraps. I really like using these. So handy and our food stays fresh longer. So glad we have these!