A bowl of soup, a plate of carrots to bring back? Say goodbye to waste to transport your food with the trio of linen flat covers in sizes S, M and L from the brand Angie Be Green.
Description of Angie Be Green food charlotte:
This linen flat cover protects your cakes, fruits, etc. In French and local linen, it helps you to ban disposable food packaging to help you reduce waste. Efficient and durable, it is the new essential in the zero waste kitchen. Our linen flat cover is aesthetic, ecological, healthy and economical. It is a complementary linen packaging solution for good preservation of food and dishes. It protects food (eg fruit) from insects and prevents it from drying out in the open air. This allows you to store food in the refrigerator or outside. It is lined with an elastic which allows the dish cover to adapt to different containers. Be careful not to put it in the oven or microwave. Lifespan: Lifetime Made in France, this material is ecological since it requires very little water to produce and healthy since it is naturally anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic. Washing: by hand with soapy water or at 40 degrees in the washing machine, if necessary. Handcrafted by people with disabilities or integration in the Hauts-de-France region.
Diameter of the food charlottes:
S: Diameter 13 to 16 cm - Bowl / Small container.
M: Diameter 20 to 24 cm - Deep plate / Saucepan.
L: Diameter 26 to 30 cm - Tart dish / Salad bowl - large
The Angie Be Green brand:
Angie Be Green is a brand based in the Hauts de France of France and carried by Anne-Gaëlle, founder committed to zero waste and super dynamic! She is convinced that each action is important and supports families on a daily basis so that they embark on a process of reducing waste, thanks to its training courses or its range of more sustainable products.
The values defended by Angie:
The local (promotion of local actors near Lille) Up-cycling (life given to fabrics and textiles set aside) Zero waste (sustainable products with the aim of reducing waste) Solidarity ( encouragement of workers in professional insertion or in a situation of handicap) Benevolence Craftsmanship (recognition of hand-made products) Naturalness (priority given to natural and certified organic raw materials) Ecology and transmission (support and training of individuals or companies towards a more sustainable way of life).