These wonderful wraps are made from GOTS certified organic cotton and low impact dyes, organic jojoba oil, pine resin and beeswax. Based in Stroud, Gloucestershire The Beeswax Wrap Co source all of their beeswax from the UK, most of it from within a 30 miles radius of their workshop
They are a great alternative to cling film, they don’t leach any harmful chemicals into your food and help towards cutting down on plastic ending up in landfill sites and our oceans.
Your Pack includes:
1 x Large wrap (40cm x 40cm)
2 x Medium wraps (30cm x 30cm)
2 x small wraps (20cm x 16cm)
The large wraps are great for covering large casserole dishes or wrapping leafy greens. The medium wraps are perfect for wrapping sandwiches, cheese and covering bowls and the small wraps are just right for sealing jars, making pouches for snacks, preserving unused vegetable halves.
Caring for your wraps
Full care instructions come with the pack and see the Tutorials tab for some great "how to use" videos.
100% natural - Compared to cling film these wraps are all natural so no nasty chemicals will leach into your food whilst it’s being stored.
Super clean - The beeswax and pine resin give these wraps natural antibacterial and anti-fungal properties
Keeps your food super fresh - The combination of natural ingredients with the 100% cotton fabric allows the wraps to breath, making sure your food stays fresh and tasty. No more dry bread ends or sweaty cheese.
Clingy but in a good way - Pine resin gives the wraps a natural adhesive making sure your food is sealed tight, the warmth from your hands helps mould the wraps to give a strong seal.
Reusable - Rather than using cling film or foil that you throw away after one use, these wraps can simply be washed in cold water with a little bit of soap and they are ready to roll again. After a month or so just pop them in the oven to re pasteurise them and off you go again.
Biodegradable - Once you have used your wrap to the max you can pop it on your compost!
We sell different sizes of wraps in a variety of combinations to suit your needs.
Here's a summary of the sizes with a few ideas on how they could be used:
Small (20cm x 20cm) Preserve unused vegetable halves, seal small jars, make pouches for snacks
Medium (30cm x 30cm) Perfect for wrapping sandwiches, cheese and covering bowls
Large (40cm x 40cm) Cover large casserole dishes or wrap leafy greens
Bread Wrap (50cm x 50cm) Wraps a large loaf easily keeping it fresher for longer
Click Here for some great tutorials on the beeswaxwraps website - Fran and Carly show you how to use and take care of your wraps, plus some more cool ideas on their many uses!
(Note this link will take you directly to the beeswaxwraps website in a new window).