Assorted 3-Pack Beeswax WrapsBee's Wrap
Alternative to cling wrap.
Reduce plastic use in your kitchen with a healthier, more sustainable way to store food. These reusable and biodegradable wraps are the perfect alternative to plastic—for storing sandwiches, cheese, fruits, vegetables, and for covering a bowl or baking pan.
Reusable, rugged, made in Vermont. This assorted set features small, medium, and large eco-friendly wraps that are essential for packing school lunches, storing food, and wrapping leftovers. The best part? Zero plastic waste.
- Small: 7” x 8”: Wrap half of a lemon, the end of a cucumber, half of an onion (Bee’s Wrap won’t hold the smell), half of an avocado, a small bowl, carrot sticks or other snack items.
- Medium: 10” x 11": Cover a bowl, half of a sandwich, baked goods, cheese, or half of a cabbage or cantaloupe.
- Large: 13” x 14”: Cover a large bowl, pie dish, celery, cheese, sandwich, or half of a watermelon.
Available in Honeycomb (neutral) print, Clover (purple) print, and Vegan Meadow print..
GOTS-certified organic cotton, sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. This combination of ingredients creates a malleable food wrap with natural antibacterial properties that can be used again and again.
Vegan wraps contain candelilla wax as an alternative to beeswax.
Paper sleeves with plastic film windows.
Use the warmth of your hands to wrap fruit, bread, cookies, cheese, or to cover bowls and baking pans. Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal. We do not recommend using for meat. Do not use for cutting on.
Wash with cool water and soap, then air dry. Keep away from heat. Reuse for about one year.
End of Life Instructions
Compost or dispose in landfill trash.
Where It Comes From
Bee’s Wrap® was founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah Kaeck. As a proud B Corp and certified Green America company, Bee's Wrap is committed to social change to help better the lives of their customers, employees, community, and planet. Bee's Wrap® is actively working with partners such as 1% for the Planet, The Bee Cause, The Rozalia Project, and National Geographic, pledging their support to ocean conservancy, beach cleanups, and environmental stewardship.