Cut down on single use plastic wrap, cling film and foil with these reusable food wraps.
Made with organic cotton cloth, infused with pure beeswax, natural tree resin and cold pressed organic jojoba oil.
Our reusable food wraps are made with organic cotton fabric infused with a special blend of pure beeswax, natural tree resin & organic jojoba oil. Giving the cloth natural antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties keeping your food fresher for longer.
How to use: The wraps are flexible and slightly adhesive. Use the warmth of your hands to shape & seal around your food or container. Great for lunch packs, cheese, snacks, bread, cut veg, fruit, freezing bread, endless possibilities!
Care & Cleaning: Hand wash, like a plate, in cold water with mild washing up liquid, air dry and reuse. See inside pack for useful information and care instructions. Not suitable for raw meat/fish. Not dishwasher or
microwave safe. With good care your wrap will last for at least 12 months
Pack Size 3 – 32 cm, 26 cm, 18 cm
GOTS-certified and therefore comply with one of the highest quality standards worldwide.
They’re not designed to be used with hot or very drippy foods.
*The warmth of your hand on the wraps is what allows them to shape around things. It’s easiest when they’re at room temperature.
*Don’t wrap raw meat.
About Jacobite Beeswax Wraps
Beeswax has non-allergenic properties and unlike plastic, beeswax is a natural, nontoxic substance. It has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties helping keep things clean and reducing risks of contamination. Beeswax is also waterproof, yet still breathable, protecting your food from getting wet or wilted while locking in moisture, flavour and freshness.
Our wraps are handmade in East Lothian, Scotland with certified food grade beeswax, natural damar tree resin and organic jojoba oil infused into 100% cotton fabric. Packaging and postal boxes are made with is 100% recycled paper.
Scrunch the new wrap to activate the stickiness then use the warmth of your hands to shape & seal around your food or container. It is best to use a beeswax wrap that’s much larger than the objects or food you’re wrapping. For example, a small wax wrap should completely cover the open half of a sliced onion or lime to be effective. When wrapping over bowls or plates, the wraps should fit down at least half way past the edge.