Reusable Beeswax Bags (Set of 3)

Made in Canada
No Waste

Tired of using one-time-use plastic baggies for food preservation? Reach for this set of zero waste, beeswax and orange infused organic cotton bags instead! The beeswax serves two functions. First, its natural antimicrobial properties help the bags stay clean. Second, it allows you to roll the bags down and stick them to themselves to keep your food fresh. Use them in the refrigerator or as a perfect alternative to plastic baggies for taking your lunch with you.

When you’re done, simply wash them with soap and cool water and hang them out to dry. Say goodbye to plastic waste and hello to a sustainable method of food preservation! Set includes 3 bags of differing sizes to handle everything from fruit to chips to sandwiches.

  • Handmade on a family farm in British Columbia, Canada 
  • Antimicrobial 
  • GOTS-certified organic cotton 
  • GOTS-certified organic ink 
  • Biodegradable 
  • Washable and reusable 
  • Set of 3: 1 large 27cm x 34 cm x 7.5 cm (11in x 13.5in x 3in), 1 medium 24cm x 30.5 cm x 5cm (10in x 12in x 2in), 1 small 21cm x 26cm x 5 cm (8.25 in x 10.5 in x 2in)
  • Country of origin: Canada
  • Made with a GOTS certified organic fabric and certified organic inks and infused with pure beeswax. 
  • Comes in a cardboard wrap
  • Simply place your food inside the bag and fold down to close. 
  • Simple to clean with cool water and mild soap. Then air dry and use again and again.
Use, Wash and Reuse. And When You Are Done, Compost.

Plastic wrap is known to leach chemicals and cause certain health issues. Take a step towards caring for yourself and your loved ones by ditching the plastic and wrap your food with beeswax and love. These beeswax wraps are handmade on a family run farm in Beautiful Sechelt in British Colombia, Canada. 

The farm is home to their family of 6 and various critters - including bees. And is filled with Love! With these natural wraps there is no need to be concerned with plastic pollution damaging our beautiful Earth. When your Bees Wrap is no longer wrapping your food like it should, you only have to compost it.  

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