Beeswax food wraps are a natural alternative to plastic wrap and can be used to cover and store a variety of food items, including sandwiches, cheese, fruit, and vegetables. They are made from a blend of beeswax, tree resin, and fabric and are designed to be reusable and biodegradable.

 Some other potential uses for beeswax food wraps include:

Wrapping and storing bread and baked goods to keep them fresh. 

Covering bowls of leftovers or partially eaten fruit and vegetables to keep them from drying out. 

Wrapping snacks, such as nuts or crackers, for on-the-go snacking. 

Protecting herbs and other delicate items from bruising or getting crushed in the fridge. 

Wrapping sandwiches or wraps for lunch at work or school. 

Beeswax wraps can be shaped and molded around food items and will hold their shape when cooled. They are also naturally antimicrobial and can help to prevent the growth of bacteria on food surfaces. To clean beeswax wraps, simply wipe them down with a damp cloth and allow them to air dry. They can be used for at least 12 months and can be refreshed by using a our refresher blocks to rejuvenate the wax coating.