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Beeswax Wrap Kitchen Pack – varied design

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A alternative to cling wrap or other single use food wraps. Use for wrapping cut veggies, sandwiches and cheese or for covering bowls.

Box contains: 1x Beeswax Wrap Small 20 x 20cm1x Beeswax Wrap Medium 25 x 25cm 1x Beeswax Wrap Large 33 x 33cm

Design may vary

Tips to preserve your Beeswax Wrap! 

Hand wash your Beeswax Food Wrap with cold water and alcohol-free soap. The beeswax coating will become stiff, providing you with a stable surface to clean. The wrap washes like a plate and can handle a light scrub with a gentle dishcloth or sponge.Tips to preserve our world! Get plastic out of your life! Break the habit and ban plastic from your daily life. More than 1.2 billion metres, equating to 745,000 miles of cling film, is used by households across Britain every year – enough to go around the circumference of the world 30 times over. Like plastic bags, cling film that ends up in the sea is easily confused for jellyfish by marine animals and chokes turtles and other creatures that feed on them.





GOTS Organic Cotton –

Our Organic GOTS cotton has been carefully and sustainably sourced to ensure the highest quality Beeswax Wraps on the market.


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.

Organic Beeswax –

Our Beeswax truly is a quality product and is simply melted and filtered to remove hive debris.

Organic Jojoba Oil –

Our Jojoba oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is the liquid that comes from the seed of the Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) plant, which is a shrub native to southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. Although called an oil, it?s actually a liquid plant wax and has been used in folk medicine for a number of ailments.

Organic Tree Resin (Pine Rosin) –

Our Rosin is a solid resin derived from the oleo-resin (crude turpentine) exuded by various species of pine tree. Rosin is extracted by heating the oleo-resin to vaporise the essential oils (spirit of turpentine), or through a naphtha solvent process. Rosin is mainly produced in Portugal and Brazil but Indonesia, northern Vietnam, southern China, the US, Mexico and France are also producers. Rosin is sold as a semi-transparent solid ranging in colour from yellow to black and has a faint odour of pine.

Food Industry

In Europe, Rosin does not have an E number, so is not authorised as a food additive, but is authorised for use on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Commission Regulation EU 10/2011]. In the US, Rosin of colour grade K or paler (e.g. WW grade) “may be safely used as the food-contact surface of articles intended for use in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, preparing, treating, packaging, transporting, or holding food…” [FDA CFR 21 175.300].

CAS Number: 8050-09-7

EINECS Number: 232-475-7