Khala & Co

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Forget about annoying, wasteful plastic wrap and replace it with reusable vegan food wraps! They're perfect for wrapping up produce, keeping bread fresh for days, and covering leftover dishes. They come in just about any size you need!

There's even potluck-sized Khala Cloths™ that are perfect for picnics, wrapping a bouquet of flowers, or covering a [vegan] casserole dish.

These awesome wraps double as functional food storage and a great sustainable gift (especially the starter pack!)

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Made with cloth soaked in calendula wax.  

Mini: 6" x 6"

Small: 7" x 8" 

Large: 13" x 13"

Potluck: 14" x 19" 

Pro Tip: Warm them up a bit between your hands for a better seal. They get better and better over time.


Wash your wraps! Use cool water, a little eco-friendly soap, and hang dry where they are away from direct heat. 

Work your wraps! When wrapping over a bowl, make sure that the Cloth is folding over itself, so it can stick to itself as well as the lip of the bowl. Then, use the heat of your hands to warm the wax and mold it around the edges, pressing firmly.  

Reuse-reuse-and-reuse! The more you work and activate your wraps, the more pliable the Cloths will become and the better the wax will stick. 

NEVER use your Khala Cloths with raw meat. 

Keep away from heat. Perhaps this goes without saying, but the wax may begin to melt and separate if it is stored or is drying near a heat source, and this will greatly reduce the life of your wrap. This also goes for the temperature of the water you’re washing your wraps with – keeping it cool will keep your Khala Cloths ™ lively for longer. 

Cut into strips, Khala Cloths make great fire starters for camping or use as a twisty tie.

Repurpose them as a campsite or picnic placemat

Use them to help open jar lids.

If you wish to compost your Khala Cloth, first cut into strips before composting. We also find that worn out Khala Cloths make great toppers to our kitchen compost pail, but that is just our system!