So much of our food comes from nature, so why would we use man-made plastic to preserve it? There is a natural combination of cloth that’s coated with sustainably-sourced beeswax that can help put an end to plastic wrap. Bee’s Wrap is made with certified organic cotton that's coated with sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. The result? An easy, reusable, all-natural way to store food.
We got the Variety Pack so I could try the different sizes. This kitchen workhorse includes a variety of seven wraps with a unique print to wrap nearly every food or bowl in your kitchen. The Starter Pack will help you take one step closer to ditching disposable food storage for good. Seven wraps with a unique print designed for all kinds of foods in your pantry or refrigerator. Store everything from cheese slices, carrot sticks, and fresh bread to salad greens, baked goods, and cheesy casseroles. Pack sandwiches or snacks to go. The variety pack will help you take one step closer to ditching disposable food storage for good.
The Variety Starter includes:
Pack 2 Small (7" x 8") Honeycomb - great for 🍋🥝🍒
2 Medium (10" x 11") Clover - great for 🥑🥐🧀
2 Large (13" x 14") Geometric - great for 🍉🥗🍞
1 Bread (17" x 23") Honeycomb - great for 🥖
I had to try it out right away. We got an abundance of green beans from our garden and I leave them in a bowl until we eat them. But the cat is a jerk and likes to bat them out of the bowl. So I thought, hmmm, let me try my new wrap. So that actually worked perfect. I have also used the wrap to cover a plate of muffins. I have taken some crackers wrapped in the Bee's Wrap to work instead of using a plastic baggie. So far the wrap is very useful and versatile. I am loving it. It will be perfect for all the upcoming Fall baking and cooking.
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