MADE BY BEESWAX FOOD WRAPS
SWEETLY SEAL YOUR FOOD
PLASTIC-FREE | REUSABLE | WASHABLE
Small 7"x7" | Medium 10"x10" | Large 13"x 13" | Sandwich 13" x 13" with button
It's all about the bees and the critical role they play in global food security.
The ideal replacement for plastic in your kitchen. Our versatile, breathable wraps are easily shaped around a piece of food by the heat of your hands to create a seal.
Perfect to preserve a piece of cheese, half a lemon or a bunch of herbs. Cover a small bowl or even a large casserole dish. Wrap your snacks, pack a lunch, actually use on any food to keep it fresher for longer.
Wash in cold water. Use a mild soap as needed. Air dry, and fold to store for multiple uses.
It's simple to reduce your footprint and food waste!
WE WRAP | WE WASH | WE WRAP again
Handmade, infusing 100% cotton cloth with Canadian beeswax, tree resin, and organic jojoba oil.
TAKING STEPS TOGETHER TO SAVE OUR BEES - THE PLANET -YOUR FOOD.
MEET THE MAKER:
Priscilla is a member of the Ontario Beekeepers Association.
Priscilla is a beekeeper from Brockville, ON with a passion for honeybee advocacy. She started her beekeeping journey as a hobby with her children. When they spread their wings and left home, she morphed into a “Queen Bee”, and Made By Bees took flight.
Ultimately Priscilla's curiosity expanded beyond understanding how bee colonies flourish and included learning the critical role they play in global food security. Honeybees pollinate many delicious crops such as fruits and nuts. If bees disappeared, the human diet would be much less diverse and of course, we would miss honey! Collectively bees fly 55,000 miles to make one pound of honey - that's twice around the world!
Made By Bees started as a small collaboration with community partners has blossomed into the lively organization we know today. Located on a pesticide-free property just outside of Brockville, Ontario, it generates sustainable solutions to everyday living and cultivates a bee-friendly haven.
Taking steps together to save our bees, the planet, and your food.