While we were at the Natural Products Expo we discovered the BEST PRODUCT EVER; Bee’s Wrap! It is an alternative to plastic cling wrap that everyone should have in their pantries. Here are the top things we love best about Bee’s Wrap:
Their Commitment to Sustainability
Each time you choose to use Bee’s Wrap over traditional plastic, you save another sheet of cling wrap from ending up in a landfill. Though you might come across some plastic in their packaging, don’t fret: they simply reuse and recycle any plastic sent to them!
Bee’s Wraps are meant to last for an entire year- and even when it comes time to toss your wrap at the end of those 365 days, they are safely biodegradable and compostable. In fact, they are a Green America certified business!
Their Product Integrity
The fabric used for the wraps is Global Organic Textile Standard certified, the beeswax is sustainably sourced, and the jojoba oil is always organic. The beeswax and jojoba oil create an antibacterial layer to keep food fresh and the fabric reusable.
They Are Easy to Use
Simply place the Bee’s Wrap around the bowl, cup, pot, sandwich, or produce you wish to keep fresh and use the heat of your hand to create a watertight seal. Once it has served its purpose, just rinse it off with cool water and mild soap, let it air dry and you are good to go!
Their Multiple Sizes
To get you started, there are the standard small, medium, and large sizes. Once you get the hang of it, you can “graduate” to their specialty sizes- they have a baguette wrap, sandwich wrap, and a bread wrap!
Their Beautiful Patterns
The original features a cute honeycomb pattern, but the buck doesn’t stop there. If adding some color to your wraps is something you are interested in, a purple clover and blue geometric print are sold as well.
They Don’t Break the Bank
A set of three Bee Wraps average about $18 on the website, $5 flat rate domestic shipping and ZERO need to stop by the grocery store to buy plastic wrap.
We love our Bee’s Wraps, and use it regularly in the Kelsick kitchen when preparing meals for catering and our freezer. Check them out today at the Kelsick Market. And that’s a wrap!