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Beeswax Wraps Starter Pack


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These reusable, compostable beeswax wraps replace plastic saran wrap and keep your food fresh for longer because they allow it to breathe. Wrap your cheese, bread, fruits, and vegetables, or cover your bowls and dishes, just press and seal to use.

Wraps are all hand made of washed organic cotton muslin, organic beeswax, tree resin, and organic jojoba oil.

They will last about one year or longer, dependent on your use. After which, you can put them in your compost (you can cut them into smaller pieces to accelerate the process).

  • Starter Pack Contains: 2 small (7" x 7")  2 medium (10" x 10")
  • Biodegradable, compostable
  • Reusable
  • Replaces plastic food wraps
  • Packaged in compostable and biodegradable parchment paper you can bake with a few times then compost
  • Handmade
  • Keeps food fresh longer
  • Canadian made

Made with: organic cotton muslin, organic beeswax, tree resin, and organic jojoba oil.

Care: To clean, rinse in COLD water and wipe with sponge or cloth. Use a dab of mild unscented dish soap only when needed. Beeswax has antibacterial properties, and therefore, does a lot of the work for us. The wax creates an environment where it is difficult for the bacteria to grow. Keep away from microwaves and hot temperatures.

A couple of things to avoid: No raw meat (as a precaution) and not food that is in oil. Oil enters into the fibers and you can’t get it out after. Stains can occur but do not affect the effectiveness of the product. If you try to remove them, you’ll remove the wax along with it, and that, we don’t want.


Started by a Mother of two in Montreal who values protecting the environment, and leaving this Earth in a better state than how we got it. Working with beeswax allows her to do both of those things, all while having lots of fun. All her wraps are made of organic cotton and reducing fabric waste the remnants are sent to the St. Armand Paper Mill in Montreal to make beautiful paper.

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