To celebrate the upcoming Harvest Moon season, we give you our latest print: "Harvest," hand-painted by Allenspark, Colorado-based artist, Madeline Ellis. From early season asparagus to tomatoes sweetened by summer, Ellis' original artwork, eco-printed on hemp-cotton fabric infused with our acclaimed beeswax "recipe," will honor all the food you cache within our Khala (Tibetan for "food") Cloths.
Sizes: Large (13x13 in) Medium (11x11 in) Small (7x8 in) and Mini (6x6 in) - the only 4-size combo pack out there!
These new "Harvest" Cloths are dedicated to drawing awareness to the issue of food waste - and its solutions. We take note from Project Drawdown, a fellow 1% for the Planet Member, and their insight into the implications of wasting 1/3 of all food planted, grown, and harvested. Need for better storage and "major interventions...at the retail and consumer levels" are cited as top priorities. Consider Khala & Co. as meeting those needs one Khala Cloth at a time.
Needless to say: food is a universal demand, it provides us with so much nutritional and cultural bounty. Let's always bless the Harvest so that it can meet our needs of food security! Support your local farmers and food rescue units, and don't let food rot in your kitchen. Khala Cloths can help by extending freshness ~5-7 days longer than plastic storage.
And when you are done using them, just hand-wash in cool water and hang dry. Fold and store away from heat when dry.
Re-evaluate after 9 months to 1 year later, and either repurpose or cut into strips for easy composting.