Bee Green Wraps - Individual Wrap - Jumbo
- Sold By: Eco Home
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- Categories 12 Days of Christmas - Plastic Free Living, ALL PRODUCTS, Australian Brands, BACK TO SCHOOL, Bee Green Wraps, Brands, Eco Home, Eco Lunch, ECO STORAGE SOLUTIONS, Food Bags and Storage, Food Storage + Pantry, Gifting 4, Gifting 5, Gifting 7, Gifting Day 5, Kitchen, MOTHER'S DAY, Plastic Free Living, PLASTIC FREE LUNCH, plastic free minus bare straws, plastic free minus keepcup, Reusable Wraps, SPEND AND SAVE
- Type: Eco Home
Bee Green Wrap's jumbo beeswax wrap is the perfect size for wrapping loaves of bread or covering larger trays and platters. It is also the perfect size for wrapping long items such as celery, silverbeet or leeks.
Bee Green is an Australian company, whose beautiful, eco-friendly wraps are made from 100% cotton sheets with colourful and exciting prints that are infused with a blend of Australian beeswax, tree resin and certified organic jojoba oil. Crafted with a combination of only raw ingredients that are naturally antibacterial they will not only reduce the need for plastic to cover and wrap food but they will also keep food fresher for longer.
The possibilities are endless, you can wrap, store and cover the fruit, veg, garden produce, nuts, sandwich, cheese, bread, crackers and fermented foods in your pantry, fridge or lunchbox.
Size: 40 x 40cm (approx.)
PLEASE NOTE: Due to high demand, colours and designs MAY VARY and will be selected at random. However, we will do our best to match your request and what is available in stock.
Protect wraps from heat sources such as the oven, microwave, dishwasher, prolonged full sun on a hot day – or anything hot enough to melt the wax. Beeswax melts at around 62-62°C, but it begins to soften before getting to that temperature.
My first time using beeswax wraps and they are great. Took a bit of getting used to the smell but I’m happy to not have to buy clingwrap anymore and cut down on plastic waste
Honestly, it's like using a piece of cardboard to wrap something up, it doesn't really bend, it sort of breaks in two.. folds. Can't really cover anything with it. Upset it's been a waste of money.