Review: Bee's Wraps

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Bee's Wrap Review

I’ve been making more and more sustainable changes to my lifestyle – from eating ugly produce, using reusable bags when grocery shopping, throwing away less food, and eating vegetarian at home. These changes, while small, add up and can reduce my global footprint. Still, I feel I can do more.


At the beginning of the year, I noticed that I was almost out of plastic sandwich bags. I decided not to buy more, and instead, look for a more environmental-friendly alternative. After a couple weeks of searching, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to buy. I was overwhelmed with the options, and I was worried they wouldn’t work. I then realized that I had purchased a Bee’s Wrap at a vinegar and olive oil store in Bethesda and have never used it.

Bee’s Wraps are cotton fabric infused with beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, and they can be washed, reused, and composted. I was a little skeptical about them keeping my food fresh because cotton is breathable, and air doesn’t always keep food fresh, but I went ahead and tested it on some cheddar cheese.

So, what happened? Well, it worked! It took me about 3 weeks to use all the cheddar cheese (I usually just use cheddar cheese in scrambled eggs), and by the end of it, it was just as fresh as when I opened it. It never became hard or discolored, and there was no mold at all. I was impressed!
I wanted to try other sizes, so I took a leap of faith and contacted Bee’s Wraps to see if more could be sent to me, and to my surprise, they obliged! I was sent a variety pack, which contained two small, 2 medium, 2 large, and 1 bread wrap, and a sandwich wrap.

I immediately began using my Bee Wrap’s for all my food storage purposes. To wrap fruits and vegetables, to place on top of bowls with spinach in replace of plastic wrap, even putting my bagels in the bread wrap. And each time, my food stayed fresh. Needless to say, I’m hooked.

I’ve been using Bee’s Wraps for over a month now, and I haven’t even considered buying more plastic sandwich bags. I’m so happy I decided to try these little sustainable wraps, and I’m even happier I’m doing my part to keep the planet happy.

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