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Alternative to Plastic Wrap! Bee’s Wraps (for sustainable food storage)

Food and Eating August 31, 2016

Bee's Wrap

Plastics? We know they’re not doing our environment any real good, except for the benefits in terms of making our daily life easier and more productive by providing us with inexpensive containers in a wide variety.

But now we’re finding alternative materials to replace plastics. Here’s one to replace plastic wraps. It’s “Bee’s Wrap.”

According to The Alchemist Kitchen, who is selling this natural product, which they recommend you wash between uses for sustainability:

“Bee’s Wrap is handmade by a growing team of women in a Bristol, Vermont, workshop tucked at the edge of a winding river. Since 2012, they’ve created wraps that provide a versatile and durable solution for sustainable food storage. Bee’s Wrap is the sustainable, natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. To reuse, just wash in cool water. Made of beeswax, organic cotton, organic jojoba oil and tree resin.

“Wrap a sandwich, cheese, produce, and cover a bowl. Use the warmth of your hands to form Bee’s Wrap over the top of a bowl, half a lemon, or a piece of cheese. The wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal.”

The price is $10 per sandwich wrap. A set of 3 sandwich wraps is $18. Visit the sales page here.

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