Many of us are perhaps of the usual plastic stuff used to cover our food, better known as cling wraps. But with the call for more ecofriendly materials to help address proper waste disposal in play, solutions such as the Abeego may somehow ease the burden of criticism that such wraps have probably encountered.
Abeego is a reusable food storage fabric made of hemp and cotton, a new way to help keep leftovers fresh and stored wiser.
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.
After use, you can even reuse it. Just simply wash it with your hands using cold water and wait for it to dry and reuse it once again when needed.