Our Beeswax Wraps lovingly made in the UK for Mantel Farm...
Replace the plastic with these reusable wraps. Great for breads, lunch box essentials, fruit, cheese, picnics, covering leftovers, salads and snacks.
Self-sealing they lock in the natural freshness.
Just wash and go again
Good for the soul and amazing for the planet!
Ethical - Reusable- Compostable
1x Larage: 30cm x 35cm
1x Meduim: 20cm x 20cm
1 x Small: 15cm x 17cm
(all sizes approximate)
A good all-round versatile kitchen essential. You can wrap food directly or wrap-around plates, bowls and platters.
Lovingly made in the UK for Mantel Farm using 100% natural cotton, sumptuous golden beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and a smidge of organic tree resin.
Just follow these steps and your loved wraps will last a year or more:
Rinse under cold water after use and allow to dry between uses
Keep away from heat, washing machines, and dishwashers (perhaps obvious but wax does melt when heated and it will compromise your wrap)
Use the wraps on all food items but avoid raw meats and fish
Use the warmth of your hands to seal in the natural goodness
After a year you can cut your wrap into small strips and use around kindling as BBQ lighters or simply add to the compost.
Frequently asked questions:
How do I clean my wrap?
Rinse under a running cold tap and dry between uses. Beeswax and jojoba oil are naturally antibacterial. Do not use in dishwashers or washing machines. Beeswax is a natural product and will be compromised by heat
Can I use in the fridge?
Yes and the freezer too (for up to a month)
Can I put any food items in them?
All items with the exception of raw meat and fish
How long do they last?
Treat them well and they will serve you for at least a year. They will show signs of wear such as crease marks but this does not affect their functionality. You can pop them in the oven on grease proof paper for four minutes at 100 degrees to redistribute the wax and pasteurise it. Be careful they will get hot.
All packaging is biodegradable, recyclable and vegetable inks have been used