Reduce plastic use in your kitchen with a healthier, more sustainable way to store food. Our reusable and biodegradable wraps are the perfect alternative to plastic—for storing sandwiches, cheese, fruits, vegetables, and for covering a bowl or baking pan.
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.
Our prints are inspired by nature and our responsibility to take care of the planet. From protecting our oceans to highlighting the importance of bee populations, our prints are designed with intention and purpose. Our organic fabrics are more than just beautiful, they're crafted with heart and a deep commitment to use business as a force for good.
Alright I've hated plastic wrap for a while--it's wasteful and so annoying and I've seen Beeswrap ads on my instagram for like more than a year now and I gave in as a grad gift to myself and they have changed my life. I put a little piece of twine up in my kitchen to dry them and everything. So cool, so easy to use and clean, plus the sizes rock--I haven't had a problem covering any food yet. Cheers Beeswrap. I love you.
Love the product!
The variety pack is the way to go. The more options you have the more you’ll use them. I love the smell and they work great!
I grew up using saran wrap for EVERYTHING. It is embarrassing how much I used over the years. I got a small pack of this at a local shop just to try out and could not believe how easy it is to use. We have a small kid so we cut up parts of apples, oranges, plums, etc for lunches but often have half or more leftover. I used to wrap those in saran wrap or throw in a ziplock bag. Now, I plop on to a Bees Wrap and am good to go. The warmth of your hand (even if you run cold) is enough to seal it. I also have silicon reusable bags but the wrap is perfect for more delicate items that can't withstand being shoved into the rigid mouth of a bag. My only 'con' would be that for darker fruits like plums and nectarines, the juice may stain the wrap but that's pure aesthetic.
I received a set from my daughter a while ago. Those are still holding up well, but wanted more. I love the new designs. No more plastic for me!