Beeswax Reusable Food Wraps

Our reusable beeswax food wraps are the perfect plastic-free and vegan alternative to cling film. Cover food and leftovers, protect fruit and veggies, and keep jars fresher for longer. The must-have addition to your kitchen or pantry.

Our clingfilm replacing wraps are reusable, rewaxable, and an all-round joy to use. Feel good about reducing your waste whilst using a product that is much better than the plastic alternative.

The average family goes through 24 rolls of plastic wrap and up to 1,000 plastic sandwich bags per year. This equates to 1.2 billion metres (745,000 miles) of cling film across the UK, this means enough plastic to go around the earth 30 times over ends up in landfill each year. We believe something needs to be done, that’s why we love beeswax food wraps.

You can purchase our reusable beeswax wraps in a set of 1 or a set of 3 wraps. All of our wraps are made with 100% GOTS certified cotton, organic beeswax, organic jojoba oil and natural tree resin.

Our wraps come in a variety of sizes and patterns, with some big enough to cover a loaf of bread, you will be sure to find exactly what you need at Wild & Stone.

How long do beeswax food wraps last?

Beeswax wraps usually come with the promise to last for up to a year, but they can last longer if they are well looked after. You can ‘refresh’ your wax wraps by re-melting the wraps in the oven by placing them on a baking tray and setting the oven to a low temperature for five minutes.

How to clean beeswax food wraps?

You should hand wash your beeswax wraps in cold water with alcohol-free soap, this will make the coating stiff providing a stable surface to clean. The wrap should be washed like a plate with a gentle dishcloth or sponge. You may then need to ‘refresh’ your food wraps by re-melting the wax in the oven.

Are beeswax wraps hygienic?

As long as your beeswax wrap is washed often and is moulded closely to the food they are safe and hygienic, these wraps are also naturally anti-bacterial. We suggest you avoid wrapping bacteria high foods such as raw meat or food for the immunocompromised in beeswax wraps.