A cellophane like wrap used to cover fresh food.
Quickly covering food to "seal in" its freshness is made easy and painless with plastic wrap, saving consumers the hassle of having to spoon the food into another container. Plastic wrap is stretched over the top of the container before being cut, usually by a cutting surface built onto the box the wrap comes in. The edges of the wrap are then tucked onto the sides of the container, "hugging" it and providing an airtight seal.
Unused wrap is sold in supermarkets and department stores, while wrap seeing good use sit quietly in refrigerators, guarding their bowl or plate of food.
- Plastic x 2