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Bees Wraps Are an Easy Eco-Friendly Switch!

Bees Wraps Are an Easy Eco-Friendly Switch!

Summer is coming, and you know your fridge is about to be overflowing with half-eaten watermelons, fresh ears of corn, and barbecue leftovers. What’s your plan to store and keep all these delicious foods fresh and ready to whip out on a moment’s notice? If just the thought of wrestling with a roll of plastic wrap to store your food made your blood pressure rise, then listen up! Bee’s Wrap, a reusable food storage alternative, is about to be your new best friend.


Don’t get us wrong, plastic wrap is handy for covering bowls without lids and unusually-sized food items. But have you ever had a bad day then tried to cover something with clingy plastic wrap? It’s a recipe for disaster. 

What’s even worse is that plastic wrap is a single-use item. That means that after you’ve unwrapped your food and balled that sticky junk up, it’s going straight to the trash and then a landfill (unless your superpower is the ability to reuse plastic wrap). Luckily there is a way to reduce your waste and still keep your foods garden-fresh!

What are Bee’s Wraps?

A product of Vermont, Bee’s Wraps are sheets of organic cotton mixed with bee’s wax, organic plant oil, and resin. A Bee’s Wrap clings to itself and other objects, making it an excellent alternative to your traditional food storage options. 

Caption: Check out how strong the seal is on that bottom bowl!

Bowls and dishes? You betcha.

That unfinished avocado? Yep!

A head of cauliflower? If you’re into that kind of thing…

You get the point—you can use a sheet of Bee’s Wraps to cover or wrap virtually anything!

With over 7,000 reviews and a rating of over 4.5 out of 5 stars, there’s no doubt that people are all too happy to switch to Bee’s Wraps once they give them a try. 

So how does it work, exactly? The warmth from your hands helps make the sheets foldable and clingy, so you can put anything on a Bee’s Wrap and pinch the sides so it seals in all the goodness! Or press a sheet onto that casserole dish to keep your leftovers for another day.

The good folks at Bee’s Wraps make single sheets, sandwich and snack bags, and they even sell it by the roll so you can easily store everything in your picnic basket!

How long do Bee’s Wraps last?

Good for the environment? Check. Made in the USA? Check. Your next question is likely how long will your new best friends last? Great news, because Bee’s Wraps will keep doing their thing for a year or more, with proper care and use. 

All you have to do between uses is rinse your Bee’s Wrap with cold water and wash with a mild dish soap and let air dry. You can even compost your old wraps or use them as fire starters. Sustainability level up! 

When all is said and done, you’ll not only lighten the load on the environment, but your wallet as well (think of all the plastic wrap and tupperware containers you’re not buying). So whether you’re looking for an eco-friendly swap to reduce your carbon footprint, or you’ve fought your last battle with plastic wrap, give Bee’s Wraps a try!

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