Frequently Asked Questions

Reusable Food Wraps

Use the warmth of your hands to shape Bee’s Wrap around food, creating a protective, breathable seal. Store in the fridge, on the counter, or in your lunch bag.

Best for: small produce (half an avocado, lemon, or onion), cheese, and bread.

Reusable Food Storage Bags

Place food inside the bag and fold over flap to seal in freshness. Stash in your crisper drawer.

Best for: large produce like a head of lettuce, bunch of grapes, or bag of lemons.

Customizable/DIY Roll Wraps

Cut to the size and shape you need! Then, use the warmth of your hands to shape around food.

Best for: just about anything.

How long does Bee’s Wrap last?

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 in the kitchen when it has worn thin and soft and has trouble sticking to itself. At this time, you can cut your wrap into strips and add to your compost pile, or use as a natural and effective fire starter.

How do I care for my wraps?

Easy! Just wash in cool water with a mild dish soap. Then, drape your wraps over your drying rack or our Vermont Maple Bee's Wrap drying rack to air dry. Remember to avoid all sources of heat, including warm water, microwaves, ovens, hot cars, and covering bowls of not-quite-cooled leftovers.

What is Bee’s Wrap made of?

Bee's Wrap is made of GOTS-certified organic cotton, responsibly sourced beeswax, organic plant oil, and tree resin. This combination of ingredients creates a malleable food wrap that can be used again and again.





What is the Vegan Bee's Wrap made of?

The new vegan wraps are made with familiar plant-based materials. We substituted the beeswax for candelilla wax, which is a plant native to the Southwest and Mexico and has properties similar to beeswax. We also use soy wax, organic coconut oil, and tree resin, giving you a pliable food wrap with the same outstanding look and feel as our beeswax line.

Does Bee’s Wrap have a scent?

Yes. When you first open your package of Bee's Wrap you will smell the beeswax. The scent will fade after the first few uses and washes, until you can no longer detect it. The beeswax scent will change with the season in which it was harvested. Beeswax carries the scent of the flowers from which the bees harvested pollen. Most of us enjoy the scent, but there are a few people who are more sensitive to beeswax and do not prefer it.

Where is Bee's Wrap made?

Bee's Wrap is proudly made in Vermont, USA.

What size is best for my needs?

We produce several sizes of Bee’s Wrap. If you are new to our product, we recommend starting with our assorted set of three sizes, which includes one each of our small (7" x 8"), medium (10" x 11"), and large (13" x 14") wraps. Experiment with these in your kitchen to determine which size is most useful for you.



  • Half a lemon, lime, avocado or onion
  • End of a cucumber
  • Wedge of cheese
  • Half a grapefruit or bell pepper
  • Half a cabbage or watermelon
  • Giant block of cheese
Fresh baked and artisanal loaves
Cut and cover just about anything with this DIY format
Sandwiches and wraps for school lunch, work, and weekend adventures


Carrots, cookies, fresh fruit, crackers, and more
Sandwiches for school lunch, work, and weekend adventures
  • Head of lettuce
  • Lemons, limes, oranges
  • Bunch of grapes

Where does Bee’s Wrap ship?

Bee's Wrap ships to you, wherever you are (except Antarctica!)

What is your return policy?

We are proud of the materials we source and the craftsmanship that goes into every wrap. We are confident you will find Bee's Wrap to be a uniquely versatile and enjoyable tool to use in your home. However, if at any point you become unsatisfied with your Bee's Wrap, simply reach out to our Customer Support team and we'll make it right.







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Middlebury, VT 05753