Bee’s Wrap Assorted 3-Pack – Natural Food Wrap
Bee’s Wrap Natural Food Wrap is the sustainable alternative to plastic wrap. They last a long time and bring us so much peace of mind in the kitchen, lunch box, picnic, potluck…wherever!
Brand: Bee's Wrap
Why it’s Good Stuff
We have been searching for decades (yes, decades) for a safe, functional alternative to toxic plastic wrap. Finally someone figured it out! We’ve been using this in our homes for over a year and we just love them! Wrap bread, cheese, vegetables, or cover a bowl of leftovers. They last a long time and bring us so much peace of mind in the kitchen, lunch box, picnic, potluck…wherever!
Use the warmth of your hands to soften the wrap and create a seal; when cool the wrap holds its shape.
Reusable. Wash in cool water. Made of beeswax, organic cotton, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
Assorted Set of 3 includes-
1 Small (7″ x 8″): wrap a lemon, avocado, or small snack.
1 Medium (10″ x 11″): wrap cheese, carrots, herbs, or cover a bowl.
1 Large (13″ x 14″): wrap half a melon, greens, baked goods, or cover a larger bowl.
This 3-pack is now available in three different prints: original, purple with clovers, or geometric shapes.
HOW IS IT USED?
Simply form the Bee’s Wrap to the top of your dish by using the warmth and pressure of your hands to create a seal. When the Bee’s Wrap cools (within seconds) it holds its seal. Use the same method to wrap cheese, vegetables, bread, and baked goods. Bee’s Wrap is not recommended for raw meat.
HOW DO I CARE FOR MY BEE’S WRAP?
Wash your Bee’s Wrap in COOL water with a mild dish soap. Do not subject to heat! Air dry, fold, and store in a drawer or in a basket on the counter. The beeswax and jojoba oil have antibacterial qualities that help to keep your food fresh and allow you to use the Bee’s Wrap again and again.
HOW LONG DOES BEE’S WRAP LAST?
Bee’s Wrap lasts for up to a year with proper care and regular usage. (We’ve actually been using ours even longer than this.)
WHAT’S WRONG WITH PLASTIC?
Lots! We try to avoid plastic whenever possible. Here are some tips on how to reduce phthalates in your food and why many lunch boxes are toxic, too.
Clover, Fresh Fruit, Honeycomb
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