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What's the buzz about Beeswax Wraps?

Updated: Aug 18, 2021

Beeswax wraps are a great alternative to plastic wrap and sandwich bags.

@erdaally our Beeswax wraps are natural, zero-waste and keep your food fresher for longer. Made with sustainable ingredients (Organic cotton, beeswax, organic jojoba oil and tree resin) they are washable and reusable. So durable they will last for a year or more and have natural antibacterial properties!

Use them to wrap cut fruit and vegetables and even cover mason jars and casserole dishes. These wraps are so versatile they are the go to wrap in our kitchen from kids lunches (sandwiches, snack pouches) to covering those leftover avocados from smoothie making.

To refresh your wrap just pop it in the oven or use our refresh bar to bring them back to life.

Beeswax wraps are made of all natural materials and will naturally biodegrade. When your wrap can no longer be refreshed and the material has frayed, there’s still more they can do. Cut your wrap into strips and use them to tie plants and make a colorful herb garden.

Scrunch the strips into balls to make firelighters. They are slow burning, perfect for BBQs and campfires.

How much would you save?

The average family goes through close to 500 plastic bags & 24 rolls of plastic wrap per year for lunches and storing leftovers. Each box of plastic wrap costs around $4, that’s around $100 per year. If you then include the plastic bags which can cost from $4-$6 per box of around 50 bags, you are spending close to $150 per year on single use plastic. Our value pack contains 4 wraps. 2 packs is enough for a family of 4 to use for lunches, snacks and stores left overs for 1 year. At a cost of less than $60 that’s a 60% annual saving on something you can reuse time and time again and is biodegradable at the end of its useful live vs money spend on a product which is literally thrown in the trash.

One of the added bonuses of our wraps is that they will actually keep your food fresh for longer! (Yes, you heard that right!). They’re better for the environment, and better for your wallet: It’s a win-win.

Make the switch today!

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