Use for covering large bowls or dishes, to preserve fresh greens or breads, to roll out bread dough and more. This extra-large reusable wrap from Bee’s Wrap is the ultimate eco friendly alternative to plastic food wrap. Made from certified organic cotton, sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil and tree resin. Follow care instructions and these wraps will last a year or longer! Important note – small plastic window on product packaging (being phased out). See end of life disposal instructions on product tabs below.
17 “ x 23 “
Women owned, Certified B Corporation, 1% for the planet
Product is plastic free and paper-based packaging is Forest Stewardship Council certified
These eco friendly wraps have the potential to become a fully sustainable, zero waste substitute to plastic wrap.
Philanthropy – 1% for the planet, The Bee Cause, The Rozalia Project and Nat Geo
Global Organic Textile Standard certified organic cotton and dyes used
Sustainably sourced beeswax used
Paper-based packaging is Forest Stewardship Council certified
Time allocated for volunteering – beach cleanups and other forms of environmental stewardship
Advocates of equitable value distribution
Strong advocates of zero-waste movement and other environmental initiatives.
Product donations to schools and other organizations
Certified organic cotton, sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil and tree resin.
Use to cover a large bowl or dish, to preserve fresh greens or breads, to roll out bread dough and more. Avoid raw meats that can contaminate wraps.
Paper-based with a small plastic window
Avoid any heat sources. Wash with cool to lukewarm water and dish soap after each use and let air dry. Once dry simply fold the wrap and store it. Avoid raw meats that can contaminate wraps.
Made in USA
Wrap – At the end of your wrap’s useful life, cut the wrap into strips to add to your compost heap, or wrap them around pieces of kindling and use as a natural and effective fire starter.
Thin Plastic Window – this material is typically not recyclable through city and residential recycling programs. For places that except plastic bags, you can ask if this is an acceptable item for this type of waste stream. If not, Terracycle has a program in place for these materials: