Bee’s Wrap started with a question: How could we eliminate plastics in our kitchen in favor of a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food?
What founder, Sarah Kaeck, discovered was a lost tradition made new again. By infusing organic cotton with beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, Sarah created a washable, reusable, and compostable alternative to plastic wrap.
As a proud B Corp and certified Green America company, Bee's Wrap is committed to social change to help better the lives of our customers, employees, community, and planet. Bee's Wrap is actively working with partners such as 1% for the Planet, The Bee Cause, The Rozalia Project, and National Geographic, pledging our support to ocean conservancy, beach cleanups, and environmental stewardship.
Reducing the reliance on plastic takes time, and every effort you make counts. Whether you’re using Bee’s Wrap for on-the-go snacks or storing dinner leftovers, you’re one step closer to making it possible to ditch disposable food storage for good.
Today, Bee’s Wrap is a leading alternative to plastic wrap. From our headquarters in Middlebury, Vermont, we’re creating wraps—sold online and in stores around the world—that provide a versatile and durable solution for sustainable food storage.
Sarah Kaeck founded Bee’s Wrap in 2012. A mother of three, Sarah has been an avid gardener, milker of goats, keeper of chickens, and seamstress. She started Bee’s Wrap with a simple question: is there a more sustainable way to store our food?
So much of our food comes from nature, so why would we use man-made plastic to preserve it? Our natural combination of cloth that’s coated with sustainably-sourced beeswax can help put an end to plastic wrap.
“As a country, we create 25% more trash from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. Swap out your single-use items like plastic wrap and foil for green alternatives like Bee's Wrap.”
“I never knew how much single-use plastic I had in my fridge until I started using Bee's Wrap. Another simple step you can take to eliminate single-use plastics.”
“This one goes right back to Mother Nature...sheets made of beeswax and cotton that are designed to be used again and again.”
Kids are learning the power of bees. The Bee Cause Project, based in South Carolina, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering students, teachers, and community members to
The vibrant new Terra Collection evokes the role every species plays in keeping our environment healthy.
Bees pollinate and birds spread seeds amidst the magical universe of plants – all bringing to mind renewal and the hope for our planet's immortality.
Volunteers across the USA are making face masks to support healthcare and other essential workers in need of protection against the COVID 19 Virus. The CDC has approved fabric masks as a last resort option due to shortages of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).