Sustainable food storage from Bee's Wrap®

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The natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage — because good food deserves good care

Wrap cheese, half a lemon, a crusty loaf of bread, and fruits and vegetables.
Cover a bowl, or pack a snack for your next adventure.
Made with organic cotton, beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
Bee’s Wrap is washable, reusable and compostable.

In The News

  • If you want to be as environmentally friendly as you are chic (and you do, right?), consider packing your sandwich in this pretty beeswax-treated cotton you rinse and reuse.

  • Isn’t everyone always out of Saran Wrap? I pulled out that Bee’s Wrap and never went back.

  • The last thing you want to bring to a picnic is a lot of bulky containers. Or sweaty food. Or an excuse for your eco-minded pal to scold you (again). Enter Bee’s Wrap sandwich wraps, compostable beeswax-infused organic-cotton cloths that keep sandwiches fresh, fold flat for the trip home, are washable and will last for about a year. Take that, green police!

  • I'm using fewer plastic bags, throwing away less aluminum foil, and I'm feeling like a champ with my cute little beeswax-y wrapping squares.

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