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Earthology food wraps are made using only 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Their beeswax is as local and as unprocessed as you could possibly get!

Earthology’s decision to go organic from the start was pure instinct. To them, it felt like the only option. The more they learned about the ingredients they were using, how textiles were produced and the real people working in the textile industry the more confident in their decision they became.

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Beeswax 3 Wrap Snack Pack

All of Earthology wraps are made using only 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, organic jojoba oil and coniferous tree resin. The beeswax wraps use only locally sourced and sustainably harvested beeswax from small independent beekeepers! Because we need those little guys!
$20.00 $17.00

Meet the Makers

Meet Robyn & Sarah

We are Robyn and Sarah, two local Moms, long time friends and avid environmentalists. Reducing toxins, protecting the planet and leaving a legacy of clean living and zero waste for our children have always been of utmost concern to us. With both of our children set to start school, we started brainstorming ways to transition our home habits into our kids' lunch boxes, but nothing we saw combined both the all organic, toxin free materials with the beauty we wanted to see. Being green doesn't need to be boring or difficult... so we decided to make our own! We knew we could only use 100% GOTS certified organic cotton - regular cotton was never an option as an environmental company! We needed beautifully designed fabrics, and to keep our other materials as natural and as local as we could.

Did you know when you buy a 100% cotton product, on average you are actually buying a 73% cotton product and a 27% chemical/resin/binder product used in farming and manufacturing. Or that it takes roughly 1/3 pound of pesticides and fertilizers to make just one cotton t-shirt, and is the 3rd most heavily treated crop in the US behind corn and soy? How about that it uses approximately 25% of the world's insecticides and 10% of pesticides?

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