BeeBee wraps are organic cotton beeswax wraps which protect food whilst allowing it to breathe. Whilst beeswax is antibacterial, water resistant and a natural food preserver, it also helps make the fabric lightly adhesive so it can easily be shaped around food and bowls with warm hands, or folded into packages to store food at room temperature or in the fridge.
This single wrap comes in a colourful tulip print and measures 33cm x 33cm.
Made in the UK from GOTS certified organic cotton that’s been infused with a formula of British beeswax, responsibly sourced European pine resin and organic jojoba oil. Printed with GOTS certified organic dyes and presented in a recycled card sleeve.
Care instructions: Hand wash in COLD soapy water with an eco-friendly soap and air dry. For best results, wash like a plate, not a piece of fabric. It can handle a very light scrub with a gentle dishcloth or sponge.
Store rolled, folded or flat.
BeeBee Wraps can last a year or longer with proper care. At the end of their life they can be composted. Not suitable for microwaves or exposure to hot temperatures.
Pack contains 1 single wrap, 33cm x 33cm. Tell Me More SUSTAINABLE
BeeBee wraps are designed to encourage reuse and the reduction of single use plastic cling film, thus supporting a cleaner and more sustainable lifestyle.
The wraps are also produced using sustainably sourced ingredients - the beeswax is sourced from British bees whose keepers adhere to the Bee Farmers Association’s Welfare Code of Conduct and follow DEFRA's strict rules to help support the honey bee population. The pine resin is responsibly sourced from European pine forests. The suppliers currently hold ISO14001 - Environmental Management System OHSAS 18001 - Occupational Health and Safety.
Made from GOTS certified organic cotton and printed with GOTS certified organic dyes.
BeeBee is a small yet fast growing eco business based in Cambridge, UK. About the Brand Kath Austin started her BeeBee Wraps journey in 2016, whilst on maternity leave with her second child. She was storing her homemade sourdough bread in plastic bags and being airtight, the bread would warm up, create condensation and turn mouldy very quickly. Kath decided to look for a practical and planet friendly alternative to store her bread, and when a friend suggested beeswax food wraps, she researched how they were made and started making her own at home. In April 2017 after many months of testing different oils and fabrics, Kath finally came up with a formulation that worked extremely well, and launched BeeBee Wraps to the market on her Etsy shop. The response was huge and over the next year Kath launched her own website, and took on a small team to help her in her home town of Cambridge. After a final redesign and the launch of some colourful, exclusive prints and eco friendly packaging, BeeBee became a rapid success story, later moving to larger premises and appearing on UK's Dragon's Den.