Bee's Wrap

4.4 β€’ 10 Ratings

The sustainable, natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage? Bee's Wrap is a sustainable food storage company.

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Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Sarah Kaeck
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14 days ago
Good for gifts 🎁Sustainable productsWorks really well
2 months ago

This is our go-to school wrap; it's super easy to use, sustainable, comes back crumpled in a ball in my kids' lunchboxes and is ready to be wiped down to serve another day!


This is best when it can attach to itself (like folded around a sandwich). I'd love a form factor better suited to covering a bowl in the fridge!

Worth the money πŸ’ΈLove the brand's mission πŸ’•Eco-friendly packagingSustainable productsHigh quality
3 months ago

This is so great! Purchased during lockdown and use all the time instead of aluminum foil!


nothing - llove it!! 1000%

Eco-friendly packagingInnovative productLove the brand's mission πŸ’•
3 months ago

I love the concept, but...


...they are difficult to clean (seriously though, bacteria is an issue here), don't stick to bowls, and are extremely expensive.

Eco-friendly packagingSustainable productsInnovative productLove the brand's mission πŸ’•
3 months ago

These are great, though they do get gross after a while and I get conflicted about washing them with soap. I threw them out in the end.

3 months ago

Love this product- it holds up really well and you can use dozens of times- Ive had mine for over a year.


I would say just to be wary to remember what you have wrapped up- I have found that sometimes my wrapped veggies fall to the back of the fridge!

Eco-friendly packagingHigh qualityInnovative productWorks really wellSustainable products
3 months ago

Such a cool product and innovative use of material!! I got this as a gift and it has a special place in my kitchen. I love to use it to wrap any type of produce in (avocado, tomato, etc). A great sustainable replacement for plastic.


I wish I could afford to buy more!

Eco-friendly packagingCool look & feelInnovative productSustainable productsGood for gifts 🎁
3 months ago

We have used these for about 2 years now. Probably on our third batch of Bee's Wrap. The honey smell when they are brand new is delightful. They are great as packaging for sandwiches, wraps, leafy things, etc. To clean them, we use a damp rag and it works well. They can be composted when they really start to look rough.

Eco-friendly packagingSustainable products
4 months ago

I am a huge sandwich eater and love to use my Bee's wrap to keep sandy's fresh. The sizing is great and the wrap and button help to keep things fresh.


The sheet absorbs smells. I recommend having a few different wraps so you can manage smell and taste takeovers

Innovative productGood for gifts 🎁Love the brand's mission πŸ’•Eco-friendly packaging
3 months ago

Wanted to love it but having a hard time to fit it to everyday life. I forgot like 10 times the veggies i wrap up in them , because i do not see what is inside the wrap and just ignore it. Also it is not sticking to bowls, so it's hard to use it as a wrapper on the top of something. I would still recommend it as a sustainable alternative to the kitchen plastic sheets.

Eco-friendly packagingTravel friendly ✈️Worth the money πŸ’ΈHigh qualitySustainable products