Bees Knees Alberta Beeswax Wraps - Single

Bees Knees Alberta beeswax wraps are produced right here in Calgary, Alberta. These food wraps are infused with Canadian beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin in a unique process that keeps food fresh and can be used as a zero waste alternative to plastic wrap!

These beeswax wraps are extra sticky, which we LOVE as it makes them easier to wrap unusually shaped fruits, vegetables, cheeses or leftovers. Available as single sheets with beautiful designs and patterns, these wraps are a must-have swap for your zero waste kitchen.

*Note: each beeswax wrap is unique with a miscellaneous design. Although no two wraps are the same, we guarantee each one is absolutely gorgeous!

Product Info

  • Sizes: X Large 13"x13" | Medium 10"x10"
  • Handmade in Calgary AB
  • Not dishwasher or microwave safe
  • Not for use on raw meats
  • Due to the handmade nature of this product, some variation may occur

    Cotton, beeswax, pine resin, jojoba oil.

Care Instructions

    To wash, simply rinse with cold water. If using soap, use an eco friendly soap to lengthen the life of your wrap.

    At the end of the lifespan of your wraps, you can compost them in your municipal green bin or cut them into strips to use as a fire starter for campfires.

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars

Good for bread

I’ve been using this wrap for bread and it works great. No complaints!

from Calgary - 3/31/2021

5 Stars

Actually works!

Way stickier than other beeswax wraps I’ve tried which is great for wrapping singe items and veggies and stuff. It leaves a slight residue on the edge of bowls if you’re using it as a bowl cover but it actually seals and holds its shape!

from Calgary - 3/9/2021

5 Stars

Versatile cover

I use it for my sourdough bread making for my starter to just covering flour to dough proofing. It keeps the dough moist and no dry crust on top. It's easy to clean with cool water and mild soap. Do not scrub to clean it. I will soak it for a bit with water and mild soap if something is stuck on there. Works like a charm!

from Calgary - 3/7/2021

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