In my quest for becoming eco-friendlier I now use these 100% natural, non-toxic, long lasting food wraps that cling to your food and are an amazing alternative to cling film. They are un-BEE-lievable! I love them so much that I have invited Nette from Bee Wrapped to give you some insight into her cool wraps. Read on…..

Bee Wrapped ~ Protecting our food, the natural way

As our awareness of Goddess and our connection to nature deepens, it becomes a natural extension of our spirituality to consider more carefully what we consume and to question the products we choose to spend our money on.

In recent years, we have all become more aware of the global impact of plastic on our planet. We can no longer rely on recycling alone but are called to question how much plastic we consume and relegate to the rubbish heap in the first place. And one of the ways to gain inspiration for plastic alternatives is to simply look back at nature herself.

When I first discovered beeswax food wraps as a replacement for cling film, I immediately questioned whether the use of beeswax was ethical. The answer to my question came in meditation – “Bees use wax to protect their food and they are simply sharing this gift in order for us to protect our food”.

At Bee Wrapped, our food wraps are made with 100% cotton double-coated in a mixture of local beeswax, tree resin and organic jojoba oil. They come in different sizes and work with the heat of your hands which warm the wrap just enough to mould it around food items or over bowls and plates. When you’re done, wash the wraps in cool, soapy water, let air dry and they’re ready to use again and again.

If you want to find out more about these cool wraps that both look pretty and keep your food protected, check out my full list of my range of food wraps. Alernatively you can contact Nette at beewrapped.contact@gmail.com.

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Click on the image below to view the Bee Wrapped’s range of 100% natural, non-toxic, long lasting food wraps that cling to your food, not the environment.

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