National Geographic partnered with Bee’s Wrap on their Explorer Pack as part of the NatGeo "Planet or Plastic?” campaign. This multi-year, global initiative is designed to raise awareness of the global plastic pollution crisis. What exactly is a Bee’s Wrap? It's organic cotton infused with beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin which creates a washable, reusable, and compostable alternative to plastic wrap. This Bee's Wrap variety pack includes 3 Bee's Wraps - two medium wraps and one sandwich wrap.
- Includes 3 Wraps: Two Medium Wraps (10’’ x 11’’), One Sandwich Wrap (13’’ x 13’’)
- Care: Wash with cool water and gentle soap, and reuse
- Directions: Use the warmth of your hands to wrap Bee’s Wrap around a piece of food or over a bowl or casserole dish. When the Bee's Wrap cools — within seconds — it holds its seal. Use your Bee’s Wrap to wrap cheese, vegetables, bread, fruit, fresh herbs, and baked goods. Bee’s Wrap is not recommended for use with raw meat.
- Made of: GOTS-certified organic cotton, sustainably sourced beeswax from the United States, organic jojoba oil, tree resin
- Lifespan: Will last up to a year with proper care & regular use
- Heads Up: When you first open your package of Bee's Wrap you may smell the beeswax. The scent will fade after the first few uses and washes.
Bee’s Wrap was started in 2012 by Sarah Kaeck, a mother of three who found herself facing the same question as many others: how could she eliminate plastics in her kitchen in favor of a better, healthier, more sustainable way to store food? The first wraps were all handmade by Sarah in her kitchen, and while her operation has expanded since then Bee’s Wrap is still handmade by a growing team of women in a Bristol, Vermont workshop.
As a Green America Certified company, Bee's Wrap thinks sustainably from start to finish. Their wraps are made using fabric and printing certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, beeswax sourced from sustainably-managed hives in the US, and organic jojoba oil. Bee's Wrap packaging is recyclable and plastic-free, and once your Bees Wrap has reached the end of its useful life it can be composted - they are biodegradable.