Our Plastic Free Products


Ideal for when you want to cover a bowl but you dont want to use a beeswax wrap. 

Use a breathable cotton bowl cover when  prooving dough, to protect fresh food from flies during the summer or to cover hot food such as rice or pasta. Versatile and washable, they come in a pack containing three sizes: 17cm/22cm/30cm

  • Available in organic cotton
  • Compostable* 

*Remove elastic before composting

Cotton Bowl Covers


Beeswax wraps are an environmentally friendly alternative to single use items such as cling film or sandwich bags.

Known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties, beeswax is great for keeping sandwiches soft, cheese fresh and salad crisp.  Our wraps are made using a secret mixture of English beeswax, organic pine resin and jojoba oil, they are washable, compostable and totally gorgeous.

Our range includes: bread bags, square wraps, snack and sandwhich  pouches and fridge bags.

  • Available in organic cotton.
  • Compostable
  • 100% natural ingredients

Click here to find out how to care for your wraps

Bees Wax Wraps


How many times have you been offered plastic cutlery for your fish & chips or a single use straw for your smoothie? 

Our reusable bamboo cutlery set comes in its very own cotton wrap so you can keep it clean in your bag. There's even space for a napkin!

Each set comes with a *sustainably sourced bamboo spoon, fork, knife, metal straw and staw cleaner.

*Plastic Phobia

Bamboo Cutlery Sets










Over the past year we have built strong relationships with other small businesses who believe that everyone can make a difference by shopping mindfully. If you would like to stock our products or if you are a charity and would like to work with us please use this link.  

"We set out with the goal of becoming the most trusted eco, sustainable & ethical online store, where our customers have a say in how we make a real difference for the future of our planet."

"An independent historic house and charity for arts and the community, Burgh House is a beautiful, Grade I-listed, Queen Anne building in the heart of Hampstead Village."

"No fuss, no harm, every day eco essentials"

Click here to find out how to care for your wraps


Plasticoceans.org produced the documentary film 'A Plastic Ocean' in order to highlight the damaging effects of plastic pollution on our seas. Their research found that micro plastics are present inthe food we eat in ever increasing quanties. Watching the film set me on the path that I now follow, it's well worth a watch. 

"Plastic Oceans has led the way on raising awareness about the impacts of ocean plastic pollution for over a decade. Our award-winning documentary ‘A Plastic Ocean’, was praised by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time”. This ignited mass public awareness about the issue of plastic in our ocean. Now, we are focusing on turning that awareness into action, by developing behaviour change programmes that are motivating young leaders to rethink the way we use and value plastic – to live more sustainably and become ‘Plastic Intelligent’."

Plastic Oceans UK | UK Charity No. 1139843
25 Lavington Street | London | SE1 0NZ


Ethical, Sustainable, Local

Having initially supported my plastic-free group from a local high school, the Duck Pond Market have become a huge part of my life. I now not only trade at the market but I also run a local 'Plastic Free Community' group which has close links with this great local institution. Before I even started thinking about setting up a 'Plastic Free' group, the Duck Pond were leading the way with an ispiring sustainability policy, banning needless plastic...Go Duckies!