Safe icon SafeMade from excellent non-toxic materials. Compostable Mater-Bi bioplastic.



Responsible icon ResponsibleAll the paper used in Biocasa’s Rotofresh product is PEFC certified (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) and FSC certified (Forest Stewardship Council). This guarantees the consumer a product whose raw material comes from sources managed in a sustainable way and controlled throughout the entire production chain. It is certified for composting according to UNI EN 13432 (TUV Austria certification).

What our experts say…

This film is made of bioplastic (meaning it’s made from plants, not fossil fuels) that has been certified compostable in industrial composting facilities, making it a better option than traditional plastic film.

Lindsay Miles

A true compostable replacement for cling wrap. No matter how hard I’ve tried to convert my husband to zero waste, cling wrap use has been a topic of argument in our house. I am SO pleased to have found this fantastic product. It works perfectly and I love the perforated lines which not only mean you don’t have to worry about cutting it but also are an excellent reminder not to use too much!

Emily Fletcher

Having slowly trained myself and my family over the years to stop using cling wrap, to start using it again feels strange — especially as I have so many other options available in my kitchen drawers! This cling wrap, however, made of plant oils and renewable sources is the real deal. It does a fantastic job of wrapping over bowls or food such as mango or a piece of cake, and it’s completely compostable, so it’s guilt-free and admittedly very convenient.

Emma Freeman

I love that it’s compostable!! ROTOFRESH is still a single-use product but offers a replacement for consumers who want to use traditional plastic film wrap but want a more sustainable alternative. 

Laura Trotta

Easy to use perforated strips and ideal to be able to pop it straight into the compost! The home compostable certification aligns with my passion around never using conventional plastic wrap. They seem to be on the same page in terms of a sustainable product that is also quality and useable in all homes.

Kate Hall

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