Organic Cotton Beeswax food wraps made by BeeBee are your plastic free, planet friendly alternative to clingfilm. Being compostable they are zero waste helping to reduce plastic pollution towards a more sustainable life. They will help keep your food fresh for longer. 

 

Each pack contains 3 wraps of different sizes. The large wraps are perfect for sandwiches and cheeses. The medium and small wraps are great for preserving fruit and veg once cut. The wraps can also be folded into snack pouches for nuts and chocolate.

 

  • Made in Cambridge UK
  • GOTS certified organic cotton
  • Printed with low impact dyes
  • Locally sourced beeswax, tree resin and organic jojoba oil
  • Reusable
  • Washable
  • Breathable
  • Plastic free
  • Zero waste
  • Compostable
  • Non toxic
  • Anti bacterial

 

These wraps are ethically produced and BeeBee support bee populations by actively working alongside beekeeping communities to perpetuate the pollinating population and strive to reach zero waste and low impact in everything they do. They help you to cut food waste - Our breathable seal stops food becoming sweaty, with less moisture your food last longer cutting down on food waste and saving you money.

 

1 large wrap (33 cm x33 cm)

1 x medium wrap (26 cm x 26 cm)

1 x small wrap (18 cm x 18 cm )

 

Other BeeBeewraps designs are available.

BeeBee Wraps Mixed Pk x 3 - Chevron

SKU: BEEBEEWAXWRAPSMIXEDPK3CHEVRON
£14.00Price
  • 'GOTS' certified organic cotton, better for the planet, for your food and for you. With no pesticides or toxic dyes your food is wrapped in organic love!

    Printed with low impact dyes

  • Wrap

    Using your warm hands wrap around bowls and food to create a breathable seal.

    Eat

    Enjoy fresher food without the plastic pollution. Wrap anything except fish or raw meat. Avoid heat and food that is still hot.

    Wash

    Wash in cold saopy water and drip dry

    Repeat

    Reuse for a year then compost or use as firelighters

     

    Not for use with raw meat and fish, dishwashers or microwaves

    Ensure food is cold before wrapping

    Your wrap should last a minimum of a year or longer, once you have completely finished with it, pop it in your compost or burn as a firelighter.

    Intermittently you can give it a new lease of life by ironing between two sheets of greaseproof paper, peel away while still wet and hold aloft until dry.