Bee's Wrap - Bread Wrap - Into The Woods

$15.00

Extend the life of your loaf with naturally breathable Bee's Wrap — the sustainable alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. Made from 100% organic cotton and responsibly harvested beeswax. Ideal for the consumer seeking eco-friendly, organic solutions to reducing their plastic waste in the kitchen. Warm hands softens the wrap & creates the seal. Great for rolling out pie dough, and storing bread, fresh greens, and large casserole dishes. WASHABLE. Lasts up to 1 year. Fully biodegradable once it reaches the end of its useful life in the kitchen. Made with care in Vermont using our custom-designed machine, giving you the most consistent, industry-leading beeswax wrap. Includes: 1 x XL Bread Wrap (17" x 23") Bee's Wrap is a B Corp Certified company.

Made in United States of America

 

ABOUT BEE'S WRAP

Bee’s Wrap® a Certified B Corp was founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah Kaeck. Bee’s Wrap started with a question: How could we eliminate plastics in our kitchen in favor of a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food? 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. As both a proud B Corp and a certified Green America company, Bee's Wrap is committed to using their business as a vehicle for social change to help better the lives of their customers, employees, community, and the planet. Bee's Wrap is actively working with partners such as 1% for the Planet, The Bee Cause, The Rozalia Project, and National Geographic, pledging their support to ocean conservancy, beach cleanups, and environmental stewardship. Reducing the reliance on plastic takes time, and every effort we make counts. Whether we're using Bee’s Wrap for on-the-go snacks or storing dinner leftovers, we're one step closer to making it possible to ditch disposable food storage for good. Today, Bee’s Wrap is a leading alternative to plastic wrap. From their headquarters in Middlebury, Vermont, they're creating wraps—sold online and in stores around the world—that provide a versatile and durable solution for sustainable food storage.

 

 

Made in United States of America

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