Beeswax wraps are a sustainable alternative to plastic wrap. These reusable wax wraps are great to wrap fruits, vegetables, cheese, and bread. The natural material allows the food to breathe and stays fresh. Each set features one-of-a-kind prints made by artist and designer Gabrielle Mandel. These fun and colorful printed beeswax wraps are made from all-natural ingredients: Cotton, beeswax, Jojoba oil, and tree Resin. Our colorful prints are made on GOTS certified organic cotton and every beeswax wrap is FDA approved. The manufacturing of these wraps create very little waste and packaging is made of recycled paper.
With Supra Endura products we want to delight you with print and pattern. Each print is painted by artist Gabrielle Mandel. She delights in the detail, printing you a fun way to save your leftovers. We want to help you eliminate single-use plastic and food waste by saving your food in our fun organic wax wraps.
- Alternative to single-use plastic
- Made out of all-natural ingredients and biodegradable
- GOTS certified organic cotton and FDA approved beeswax wrap
- Use up to 6-8 months with proper use
- easy to clean, just gently wash in cool water and hang to dry
- Anti-microbial traits keep food safe, natural materials allow food to breath
- fun and original artwork in each set
3- Pack includes
Small warp: 7” x 8”
Medium Wrap: 10” x 11”
Large wrap: 13” x 14”
Made in China by a Manufacturer that is BCSI compliant
How to Use a beeswax wrap:
Beeswax wraps are super easy, use the warmth of your hands to wrap around a piece of cheese, fruit or over a bowl. The wrap will cool in seconds and stay wrapped over your food. We suggest using your wrap for cheese, vegetables, bread, fruit, fresh herbs, and baked goods. We do not suggest using beeswax wraps for use with raw meat, fish, or sauces.
How to clean beeswax wraps:
When you are finished using a beeswax wrap you can wash your Beeswax Wrap with mild dishwashing soap and cold water, and then let it hang to dry. For tougher stains use a gentle sponge, or brush to get stain out. You can store your wrap in a drawer and try to keep away from heated areas in your kitchen.