Explorer Pack in Monarch Print (3 pc.) - Bee's Wrap
In partnership with National Geographic.
Plastic never goes away. Using plastic bags or plastic wrap for sandwiches and snacks carries enormous repercussions for our oceans and the environment. Our washable, reusable, compostable wraps are a practical and natural alternative for packing lunches for work, school, and the outdoors.
Ideal for the consumer seeking eco-friendly, organic solutions to reducing their plastic waste in the kitchen.
- 1 Sandwich Wrap with button and tie (13" x 13")
- 2 Medium Wraps (10" x 11")
Washable. Reusable. Fully Biodegradable.
USE: Use the warmth of your hands to wrap fruit, bread, cookies, cheese, or to cover bowls and casserole dishes. Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal.
CARE: Wash in COOL water with a mild soap (DO NOT use warm water on wax-type products). Let air dry. With regular use, Bee's Wrap lasts one year or longer. Not recommended for raw meat.
ORIGIN: Made in Vermont by a Certified B Corp. Made in USA.
ORGANIC COTTON · BEESWAX · JOJOBA OIL · TREE RESIN
Bee's Wrap is made of GOTS-certified organic cotton, sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. This combination of ingredients creates a malleable food wrap with natural antibacterial properties that can be used again and again.
Bee’s Wrap® is a Certified B Corp founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah Kaeck that started with a question: How could we eliminate plastics in our kitchen in favor of a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food?
Made with certified organic cotton, these reusable wraps are coated with sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. The result? An easy, reusable, all-natural way to store food.
As both a proud B Corp and a certified Green America company, Bee's Wrap is committed to using their business as a vehicle for social change to help better the lives of their customers, employees, community, and the planet. Bee's Wrap is actively working with partners such as 1% for the Planet, The Bee Cause, The Rozalia Project, and National Geographic, pledging their support to ocean conservancy, beach cleanups, and environmental stewardship.