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your 2019 socially conscious gift guide

The holidays are a magical time. We’re thinking about warm spices wafting out of the kitchen, and homemade loaves of sourdough bread baking — about long, cheery family gatherings, playing games and making crafts together, snowy days, and the joy of watching a loved one unwrap a thoughtful gift. But... Read More

From the Hive

your 2019 socially conscious gift guide

your 2019 socially conscious gift guide

The holidays are a magical time. We’re thinking about warm spices wafting out of the kitchen, and homemade loaves of sourdough bread baking — about long, cheery family gatherings, playing games and making crafts together, snowy days, and the joy of watching a loved one unwrap a thoughtful gift. But...

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how to make caring for your reusables easier

how to make caring for your reusables easier

We’ve all been there — it’s late, you’re cleaning up after a delicious meal and struggling to find where to hang all the Bee’s Wrap you just washed. You try draping it over the faucet, the soap dispenser, the blender, maybe even going as far as your shower rod. Whatever...

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voted best for the world!

voted best for the world!

Since 2012, Bee’s Wrap has been committed to eliminating single-use plastics in homes by creating a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food. Today, we are over the moon to announce that we've been voted onto the B Corporation's Best For The World 2019 list among the top 10% of...

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why biodegradability matters

why biodegradability matters

Plastic is forever. Bee’s Wrap isn’t. And that’s by design. Bee’s Wrap is naturally biodegradable and compostable. We started making Bee’s Wrap after growing deeply concerned about the persistent effect of plastics on our planet. Plastic never leaves us. It lingers in landfills for centuries. It enters our soil, our...

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the joy of inconvenience

the joy of inconvenience

Choosing inconvenience can be an act of quiet revolution.  For too long, we’ve been told that convenience will cure what ails us. How convenient, to find our meals prepackaged in the freezer section of our grocery store, our bread baked and sliced and stowed in plastic bags. It’s convenient to...

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our first hive: two years later

our first hive: two years later

In 2017, students gathered around eagerly as we installed an observational beehive at the North Branch School in Ripton, VT. When we partnered with the Bee Cause to sponsor our first hive at a school, we imagined a buzzing, active hive which would help students connect with pollinators in the...

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