Let's get rid of the plastic wrap and use something made from nature. A zero waste, plastic free alternative? Yes, please.
Switch to reusable (and biodegradable) beeswax wraps by Bee's Wrap®. Certified organic cotton. Responsibly-sourced beeswax. Award winning. Nice.
This 3-pack of beeswax food wraps are great for your snacks, school lunches, loaves of bread and leftovers…from the refrigerator to your lunch bag…we’ve got you covered with these pretty beeswax wraps.
Bee's Wrap® are made by a woman-owned and run certified B Corp company in Vermont from organic cotton, beeswax, certified organic plant oils and tree resin.
Three sizes of wax wraps are in this variety pack: small, medium and large. Vegan wraps available too; made with plants.
16x award winner, including B Corp's 2019 "Best For World Environment" and Wirecutter's 2020 "Best Reusable Food Wrap."
- Beeswax Wraps
- From Nature
- Made in the USA
- Woman owned
- Organic Cotton
- 3 sizes: S, M, L in 1 package
HOW TO USE
Use the warmth of your hands to shape Bee's Wrap® around food, plates, and bowls, creating a protective seal.
Just rinse or wash by hand in cool water and mild dish soap and lay on a drying rack to air dry! That’s it! Simple. Useful. Plastic Free. Zero-Waste.
Bee's Wrap lasts for up to a year with proper care and regular usage. You'll know your wrap has reached the end of its useful life when it has worn thin and soft and has trouble sticking to itself.
Once Bee's Wrap® loses its grip andis ready to move on in life's circle, cut it into strips and place in your compost bin or use as an effective firestarter.
PACKAGING is Recyclable cardboard
SHIPS FROM Washington State, Pacific NW, U.S.A.
WHY ORGANIC COTTON IS BETTER THAN NON-ORGANIC COTTON
Certified Organic Cotton consumes very little water compared to conventional cotton. Being certified organic also means that no harmful inorganic pesticides and fertilizers were used meaning there is little to no water pollution, so you conserve water AND keep ground and above ground water safer every time you choose organic.
Conventional cotton, on the other hand, requires a huge amount of fertilizers, water and pesticides, resulting in water pollution, harm to good insects as well as bad, too much nitrogen in the water and possible residue on the clothes you wear or the items you use from it.
So definitely, when purchasing anything made from cotton, go organic