A variety of reusable beeswax food wraps for keeping food fresh
3 pack of reusable food wraps in fun geometric and paisley patterns
3 pack of reusable food wraps in fun animal print patterns
Reusable beeswax food wraps, organic and handmade
6 packs of reusable beeswax food wraps showing a variety of fun patterns available
Beeswax food wraps shown in use, covering bowls of food
3 sizes of wraps in each pack shown here, small medium and large, in geometric and paisley print
3 sizes of wraps in each pack shown here, small medium and large, in animal print

Reusable Beeswax Food Wrap

Regular price £17.50 Sale

These beautiful handmade wraps are a great alternative to cling film, tin foil and sandwich bags. Whether you're storing your food at home or taking it out and about just wrap and press, then wash and reuse!

Why are they a better alternative?

Beeswax is naturally antibacterial and preserves moisture better than your plastic alternatives, keeping your food fresher for longer. And of course they can be reused over an over, saving on waste and money!

One pack contains:

  • 1 small - 20x20 cm
  • 1 medium 26x26 cm
  • 1 large 33x33 cm

Choose your pack... geometric and paisley or animal print!

Please note that as these are handmade there may be slight differences in the sizes listed.


  • 100% cotton
  • 100% OTOP-certified beeswax 
  • 100% organic coconut oil

To use:

Wrap any foods that you normally wrap in plastic... bread, fruit, veg, cake etc. or place over a dish. Press to seal and the warmth of your hands will soften the wax. In the freezer the wraps become stiff so unwrap slowly or allow it to adjust to room temperature before unfolding.

Not recommended for use with raw meat, hot food or in the microwave.

To clean:

Just like a plate, wipe your wrap down with a sponge, using a bit of cold or lukewarm water and mild soap or detergent. Rinse off and leave to dry.

To revive:

If you see the wax starting to crack or your wraps are looking worn out you can lay your wrap between 2 pieces of baking/grease-proof paper and iron. As the wax softens it will soak into the cotton again and be as good as new. Alternatively lay your wrap on a baking tray and put it in the oven at 100̊C for 1 minute each side.