Beeswax Reusable Food Wraps

£16.00 Includes VAT

Beeswax Food Wraps from 'Good To Bee' are eco-friendly reusable food keepers. So easy to use they keep food naturally fresher for longer without the need for plastic. Ideal instead of cling film, tin foil or plastic tubs. They are perfect for wrapping cheese, a crusty loaf, or any fruits and vegetables. With a quick wipe and cool water they are ready to reuse again and again.

Carefully hand crafted they stick to themselves and with the heat of your hands mould easily around bowls and plates. Thanks to the organic jojoba oil they are infused with, the seal creates the perfect anti-microbial environment for storing food in your lunch box or fridge.

Everyday Pack (Wraps)  Please note patterns and colours vary.

One each of:

Small 20 x 20 cm (8"x 8")

Medium 25 x 25 cm (10" x 10")

Large 30 x 30 cm (12" x 12")

A great starter pack for everyday use in the kitchen.

How to Wrap

Tuck, fold, and shape around food, plates and bowls creating a breathable seal. At home in the fridge they will harden up even more keeping food naturally fresh for longer.

Love and Care

After use a quick rinse with cool water and maybe a little washing up liquid is all they need. Hang to dry naturally over the dish rack and you’re ready to use them again and again. Fold them for storage in a draw or rolled up in a jar they look beautiful on the worktop. Avoid heat and flame and not for use in the microwave. Do not use on raw meat or fish and make sure food and bowls are cold before wrapping.

Keeping them Going Strong

After a few months of use they may begin to look a little tired. Simply lay them on a baking sheet and place them in a preheated medium oven for 2 minutes. Lift them out and carefully hold them up quickly to dry in seconds. They are now re-pasteurised, refreshed and looking good as new. Loving your wraps like this every few month’s means they will give you about a year’s worth of hard work. Just think how much plastic you’ll save! Once their wrapping days are over simply pop them on the compost heap or scrunch them up to use them as fire-lighters.