Bee Bee Wraps and label

Stop food waste beautifully and organically with BeeBee Wraps

Bee Bee Wraps and label

One of the most popular posts on less-stuff is the tutorial for reusable wax food wraps. They are brilliant alternatives to cling film and super fast to make. My wax wraps have one problem though – they crack after a while, which is fine as long as you don’t mind putting them back in the oven to melt the wax every few weeks.

A more flexible approach

BeeBee Wraps have worked hard to find a winning formula of beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin that makes a longer lasting food saver. They use organic cotton and the whole thing can be composted or turned into firelighters once it has ended it’s useful life. I particularly appreciate the packaging which is recycled paper and a cardboard backed envelope. The wax wraps are very easy to use and this quick video shows you how they work.

You can find out more about BeeBee Wraps at www.beebeewraps.com

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Disclosure – I was given a set of 2 large wraps to review, I haven’t been compensated in any other way for the post and I am not an affiliate for the company.

 

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