Bees in the Kitchen
Bee's Wrap offers a clean, reusable resource to keep our food fresh and our kitchens sustainable and plastic-free.
Founded in 2012 by Vermont native Sarah Kaeck, Bee's Wrap is a sustainable alternative to plastic food storage. Each piece is handmade by a small team in Vermont, all dedicated to keeping the kitchen clean and sustainable. It can be a real challenge to find clean, reusable ways to keep our food fresh, whether it's partially eaten produce, a jar of freshly made salad dressing, sliced bread, or a lunch on the go. We often use ziplock bags, which at best, can be washed and reused, but are commonly thrown away all too quickly. Seran wrap and other plastics are similar, becoming grimy and aggravating to clean.
It's not suprising that items made without reuse in mind are hard to reuse!
By combining beeswax, organic cotton, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, Sarah Kaeck created a washable, reusable, and compostable alternative to plastic wrap. The wax allows each wrap to be bent and molded to the shape of whatever you're wishing to preserve.
Bee’s Wrap can be easily washed in cool water with a mild dish soap. Beeswax and jojoba oil are both antibacterial, which keeps your food fresh and allow you to use the Bee's Wrap again and again! With good care, each piece can be used for up to a year.
Bee's Wrap makes sustainability in the kitchen far too easy. To see their complete line and website, click here.