Fabric: From Michael Miller, this cotton print fabric features a vibrant colour design with a contrasting lime paisley medium wrap.
-Lunch pack 2 (32 x 32 cm, 26 x 26 cm) Our reusable beeswax food wraps last for up to 12 months, wash, wrap reuse and most importantly saving 1,000 of pieces of plastic clingfilm going into landfill. Beeswax is naturally antibacterial and breathable therefore when combined with our other ingredients the wraps keep food fresher for longer. Our wraps are slightly sticky so with the warmth of your hands you can mould the beeswax wrap around food.
Queen Bee Wraps
Handmade in our Cockenzie studio our wraps are produced with the highest quality food-grade ingredients of beeswax, damar resin & jojoba oil. Each ingredient adds properties to the cotton fabric giving you one of the best beeswax wraps on the market. If you need extra feedback do have a look at our testimonial page or follow us on Facebook for regular updates, offers or news of new designs.
- Beeswax makes the cotton wrap waterproof, breathable and antibacterial, such are the wonderful properties of beeswax. This is what helps to keep food fresher for longer, like a second skin. Does the beeswax make the food smell? No our food-grade beeswax has a low odour meaning it will not impart a beeswax flavour to bread or cheese.
- Damar resin adds extra stickiness to the food wrap helping it seal bowls and sticks to itself when wrapping food.
- Jojoba oil is actually a wax and is naturally antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, analgesic, anti-inflammatory and hypoallergenic therefore it softens the wax stopping it from cracking when cold and helps keep food fresh. In the fridge or freezer the wrap goes hard but as soon as it is removed from the cold is opens easily without cracking, a vital ingredient.
Wrapping food doesn't have to be dull, bring joy to the mundane with a Queen Bee Wrap! All hand made in our East Lothian studio in Cockenzie, Scotland. How to look after your wraps - see our wrap care sectionHow to fold your wrap - see our 'how to' videos