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One wrap + zero waste = fresh bread
Wrap a crusty baguette from the grocery store or wrap your own homemade loaf. Use to roll out bread dough, or cover a large bowl or dish. Works for fresh greens and celery, too. Our x-large bread wrap keeps food fresh and helps you take a small yet meaningful step toward reducing plastic use.
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Wrap a crusty baguette from the grocery store or wrap your own homemade loaf. Use to roll out bread dough, or cover a large bowl or dish. Works for fresh greens and celery, too. Our x-large bread wrap keeps food fresh and helps you take a small yet meaningful step toward reducing plastic use.
Food storage that feels good

Reduce plastic use in your kitchen with a healthier, more sustainable way to store food. Our reusable and biodegradable wraps are the perfect alternative to plastic—for storing sandwiches, cheese, fruits, vegetables, and for covering a bowl or casserole dish. 

Washable, reusable, fully biodegradable
Made in Vermont by a certified B Corp
Ethically sourced ingredients
Washable, reusable, fully biodegradable
Made in Vermont by a certified B Corp
Ethically sourced ingredients
Every print has a story. Discover our inspiration.

Our prints are inspired by nature and our responsibility to take care of the planet. From protecting our oceans to highlighting the importance of bee populations, our prints are designed with intention and purpose. Our organic fabrics are more than just beautiful, they're crafted with heart and a deep commitment to use business as a force for good.

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M.Z.
Awesome
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R.J.J.
Great stuff
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P.K.
Smell permeates food
Hi Pamela, Thank you for the honest feedback. The beeswax itself creates a seal over the cotton, which protects the wrap from absorbing strong scents. Once you've wrapped a piece of food that has a strong scent, like an onion, all you need to do is wash the wrap with cool water and soap. You will then be able to use that same wrap on a milder food, like cheese, without having to worry about the scent transferring.   While the scent of the wrap itself may smell like honey at first, after a few uses it will fade away. Depending on the season, the bees were pollinating, the wraps will have different scents. Washing the wrap will help eliminate any scent. Please let us know if we can answer any questions you may have. Kind regards, Ryan with Bee's Wrap
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S.D.
Large Bread Wraps
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T.S.
Better way to keep bread from drying out!