Bee’s Wrap® is the natural alternative to plastic wrap for food
storage — easy to use, easy to reuse, and easy on the planet.
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?
Founder Sarah Kaeck discovered the answer in
her own Vermont kitchen, where Kaeck revived a
lost tradition: After coating cotton with beeswax,
she created a washable, reusable, compostable
alternative to plastic wrap.
Today Bee’s Wrap is made from organic cotton,
sustainably harvested beeswax,
organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. The resulting wraps
provide a versatile, durable, plastic-free solution to
sustainable food storage.
Bee’s Wrap is available in more than 1,500 stores
across the United States, and is distributed
internationally throughout Europe, as well as in
Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand, and Australia.
Bee’s Wrap is handcrafted in Bristol, Vermont and
New for 2018
Bees + Bears
Our newest print, Bees + Bears, is a
reflection of the place we call home:
a celebration of New England’s bees
and bears, buds and berries. Inspired
by the great outdoors, these wraps
remind us to take green choices on
Our first Bees + Bears release is the
Lunch Pack ($21), which includes
our popular sandwich wrap and two
versatile medium-sized wraps. The
sandwich wrap includes a Vermontcrafted
hardwood button and a
piece of hemp twine for bundling
up a meal on the go. After you
unwrap your sandwich, use the
wrap as a portable placemat. Form
the medium-sized wraps around a
handful of fruit, veggies, or other
snacks. And when you’re done with
your meal, fold your wraps and tuck
away for later use.
Bee’s Wrap® Basics
Global Organic Textile Standard-certified organic cotton, sustainably harvested
beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
Bee’s Wrap can be used to cover a bowl, wrap up cheese, fruit, vegetables and
bread, or to pack a snack for your next adventure. Use the warmth of your hands
to form our wraps around a piece of food or over a bowl or casserole dish. As
the wrap cools, it will hold its shape.
The natural antibacterial properties of beeswax and jojoba oil help keep food
fresh, and allow Bee’s Wrap to be used again and again.
Bee’s Wrap is reusable; simply wash with cool water and soap, hang to dry, and
repeat. Used several times each week, Bee’s Wrap will last for roughly one year.
Bee’s Wrap is biodegradable and compostable.
COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABILITY
Bee’s Wrap grew from a desire to find sustainable alternatives for the home
and kitchen — and accordingly, sustainability is a core part of Bee’s Wrap’s
business practices and ethos. Bee’s Wrap believes that business can be a
vehicle for social change, and can better the lives of customers, employees,
the community, and planet.
Bee’s Wrap is certified by Green America, a national nonprofit promoting
environmental sustainability, social justice, and economic justice. Bee’s Wrap
products are reusable, biodegradable, and compostable. Product packaging is
made from 100 percent recycled material and is plastic-free.
Bee’s Wrap founder Sarah Kaeck
set out to find a healthier and more
sustainable alternative to plastics in
her family’s kitchen.
Five years later, Bee’s Wrap has
grown into a thriving business
located in Bristol, Vermont. In
addition to interviews about Bee’s
Wrap, Sarah is available for media
requests relating to women and
and social entrepreneurship.
We’d love to share our story with
you. Please contact us at
email@example.com to learn more
about Bee’s Wrap, request product
samples, or schedule interviews.
394 ROCKYDALE ROAD, BRISTOL VT 05443