Beeswax Wraps – Choose Your Size!


Beeswax Wraps

Learn how to use our beeswax wraps here:

Our premium Beeswax Wraps come in RANDOM PATTERNS, thoughtfully crafted with locally sourced beeswax, nourishing jojoba oil, and the natural adhesive properties of pine tar resin. Elevate your eco-friendly kitchen with these versatile wraps that seamlessly transition from bowl covers to sandwich wraps, providing a sustainable and reusable alternative to plastic wrap. The locally harvested beeswax ensures a high-quality product while supporting local beekeepers and promoting environmental responsibility.

The addition of jojoba oil enhances the wraps’ flexibility and extends their lifespan, while pine tar resin contributes a natural stickiness, allowing them to securely mold around containers or seal in the freshness of your favorite sandwiches. Experience the perfect blend of functionality and sustainability with our Beeswax Wraps – a simple yet impactful choice for a greener kitchen and a healthier planet.

Why is Beeswax Good for Food Use with Beeswax Wraps?

Beeswax is an excellent choice for wrapping up food due to its natural antibacterial properties and pliable texture. When coated onto cotton fabric, beeswax forms a breathable barrier that helps to preserve the freshness of food while allowing it to breathe, extending its shelf life. The beeswax wraps adhere to themselves and containers with gentle pressure, creating a secure seal that keeps food protected from air and moisture, thereby reducing the risk of spoilage and food waste. Additionally, beeswax wraps are reusable and biodegradable, making them an eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic wraps.

Why is Jojoba Oil Good for Food Use with Beeswax Wraps?

Jojoba oil is a fantastic addition to beeswax wraps due to its moisturizing and conditioning properties. When combined with beeswax and applied to cotton fabric, jojoba oil helps to enhance the flexibility and pliability of the wraps, making them easier to mold and shape around food items of various shapes and sizes. Jojoba oil also has natural antimicrobial properties, which can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi on the surface of the wraps, keeping food fresher for longer. Furthermore, jojoba oil is non-toxic and hypoallergenic, making it safe for use in food storage and reducing the risk of harmful chemicals leaching into food.

Why is Pine Tar Resin Good for Food Use with Beeswax Wraps?

Pine tar resin is an essential ingredient in beeswax wraps for maintaining their stickiness and adhesion over multiple uses. When added to the beeswax mixture, pine tar resin acts as a natural tackifier, helping the wraps adhere firmly to themselves and food containers without the need for additional heat or pressure. The sticky nature of pine tar resin ensures that the wraps stay securely in place, forming a tight seal that prevents air and moisture from penetrating and spoiling the stored food. Additionally, pine tar resin has antimicrobial properties that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold on the surface of the wraps, further extending their longevity and effectiveness.

Why is Cotton Good for Food Use with Beeswax Wraps?

Cotton fabric serves as an ideal base for beeswax wraps due to its natural breathability, durability, and absorbency. Cotton is a renewable and biodegradable material that can be easily washed and reused, making it a sustainable option for food storage. Its soft and pliable texture allows beeswax wraps to conform to the shape of food items, creating a snug and secure seal that helps to preserve freshness and prevent leaks. Cotton fabric also absorbs excess moisture from fruits and vegetables, helping to extend their shelf life by reducing the risk of spoilage. Additionally, cotton is lightweight and compact, making beeswax wraps convenient for on-the-go use and storage.

What can I cover with a beeswax wrap?

Beeswax wraps are versatile and can be used to cover a variety of food items, containers, and dishes.

Here are some common uses:

1. Fruits and Vegetables: Wrap half-cut fruits and vegetables such as lemons, avocados, or cucumbers to keep them fresh and prevent them from drying out.

2. Cheeses: Use beeswax wraps to cover blocks of cheese or cheese slices to maintain their flavor and prevent them from hardening or developing mold.

3. Bread and Baked Goods: Wrap loaves of bread, rolls, or muffins in beeswax wraps to keep them soft and fresh for longer periods compared to plastic bags.

4. Sandwiches: Replace plastic sandwich bags with beeswax wraps to wrap sandwiches for lunches or picnics. The wraps provide a secure seal and keep the contents fresh.

5. Bowls and Plates: Place beeswax wraps over bowls or plates to cover leftovers or store prepped ingredients in the refrigerator. The wraps adhere to the container’s shape and create a seal.

6. Snacks: Wrap snacks like nuts, trail mix, or granola bars in beeswax wraps for on-the-go convenience and to reduce single-use plastic packaging.

7. Herbs and Greens: Bundle fresh herbs or leafy greens in beeswax wraps to keep them crisp and flavorful in the refrigerator.

8. Casserole Dishes: Cover casseroles or baking dishes with beeswax wraps instead of aluminum foil or plastic wrap before storing leftovers in the refrigerator.

9. Jar Lids: Use beeswax wraps as jar lid covers for open jars of jams, sauces, or condiments to keep them airtight and prevent spills.

10. Travel Items: Wrap toiletries or small travel items in beeswax wraps to keep them organized and protected in your luggage or backpack while traveling.

Overall, beeswax wraps offer a sustainable and reusable alternative to single-use plastic wrap for covering and storing various food items and containers.


10×10 Beeswax Wrap

We offer 10×10, which is great for covering a bowl, sandwich or brownie pan. A 10×10 beeswax wrap is perfect for covering smaller items like half-cut fruits, sandwiches, or snacks to keep them fresh on-the-go.

11×15 Beeswax Wrap

An 11×15 beeswax wrap is ideal for wrapping larger food items such as loaves of bread, cheese blocks, or covering bowls to store leftovers in the refrigerator. We offer 11×15, which is perfect for a 9×13 pan that you don’t have a lid for.

18×20 Beeswax Wrap

An 18×20 beeswax wrap offers ample coverage for wrapping large dishes, covering baking trays, or preserving big bundles of produce, providing versatile and eco-friendly food storage solutions. We also offer an 18×20, which is the best size for your sheet pans when you’re proofing rolls or want to cover a few bread pans while you rise homemade bread.

Try one of Each Size – 10×10, 11×15 AND 18×20

If you want to try one of each size, grab the 3 pack, and you’ll get one of each and save money!

Learn more about our lifestyle on our blog!