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Fall is the perfect time for outdoor adventures. Plan ahead with these recipe ideas that go perfectly with your Bee's Wrap reusable food wrap and enjoy a day on the trails that's plastic free.
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Kids are learning the power of bees. The Bee Cause Project, based in South Carolina, is a nonprofit organization dedicated...

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For a long time, conventional wisdom had it that companies shouldn’t tackle hot-button political issues. That’s advice borne out of...

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“How do I start living a low waste life?”We hear that question a lot. Starting to live a low waste...

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Since 2012, Bee’s Wrap has been committed to eliminating single-use plastics in homes by creating a healthier, more sustainable way...

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Plastic is forever. Bee’s Wrap isn’t. And that’s by design. Bee’s Wrap is naturally biodegradable and compostable. We started making...

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Choosing inconvenience can be an act of quiet revolution. For too long, we’ve been told that convenience will cure what...

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In 2017, students gathered around eagerly as we installed an observational beehive at the North Branch School in Ripton, VT....

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From the very earliest days, I knew that I wanted Bee’s Wrap to be a different sort of business. I...

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We’ve all seen the images — of cast-off plastic bags suspended in the oceans, of beaches strewn with plastic debris....

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We love the tradition of New Year's resolutions. At one of the darkest and coldest times of the year, a...

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When we gathered in a Vermont farmhouse earlier this fall for one of our latest photoshoots, we were thrilled to...

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The holidays can be magical. But if you’re concerned about the amount of waste you generate in your day-to-day life,...

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There’s no getting around it: Unless you’re a true minimalist, willing to sleep under the stars, camping requires a certain...

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We've long been fans of Plastic Free July at Bee's Wrap, and this year our team decided to embrace the...

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When Celia Ristow started publicly blogging, writing, and talking about the zero-waste movement, she felt a lot of pressure to...

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