reusable beeswax food wraps by Sustomi featured in…

May 2017 - The Examiner

Sustomi was featured in the Examiner in May 2017 to talk about the history of Sustomi and the main vision of the business.

We also talked about our entry in to the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest for June 2017. View the article here.

2017 - Frankie Magazine

Sustomi was featured in Frankie Magazine in 2017. View their website here.

2017 - Slow Magazine

Sustomi was featured in Slow Magazine in 2017. View their website here.

Finders Keepers Market

We’re proud to be regularly part of the Finders Keepers Market that features the work of independent makers from across Australia! Read more about the market here.

April 2017 - Gift Guide Online

In April 2017, Sustomi was featured on the Gift Guide Online website. The article talks about the story behind our discontentment with plastic waste that led to the founding of Sustomi wraps.

We also talk about Sustomi’s first exhibition at the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair, and our search for retailers with a keen interest in eco-friendly products who really who want to push an organic, slow living lifestyle. Read the article here.

February 2017 - Highly Suggestible

Sustomi was featured on the website Highly Suggestible in February 2017. CiIndy, the face behind Highly Suggestible, purchased some of our beeswax wraps, and talked about her first experience using them.

Cindy talks about covering food, cleaning the wraps and the satisfaction of knowing they’re a great alternative to plastic. Read the article here.

Sustomi beeswax food wrap - product review

Fiona Stocker is a local Tamar Valley blogger and farmer. Her rapidly growing blog “Apple Island Wife” is all about local Tasmanian food and rural life.

“How excited was I to find this product last week, a bona fide means of reducing the use of plastic in my kitchen – and it’s made in Launceston!!

Let’s be honest, it’s a bit of a sickener for a woman of a certain age like me who’s still deciding what she wants to be, to find a youngster half my age with a great idea for a product, and the confidence and smarts to follow up on it. But that’s…” CONTINUE READING