The Eco-Friendly Alternative to Plastic Wraps – Beeswax Food Wraps

Saying goodbye to plastic isn’t hard when you have an alternative readymade to swoop in. Beeswax food wraps do exactly that for plastic wrap. Naturally, you might be thinking, why to replace plastic – after all, functionally speaking, plastic works fine. The issue isn’t in function. Massive environmental damage has been done because we’ve consistently chosen plastic for convenience. Reducing plastic consumption, even on a small scale, is recommended. Distinct from plastic food wraps, beeswax food wraps compostable and a plastic-free alternative to aluminum and saran wrap. They can be used as long as a year and longer if used properly.

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How to use beeswax wraps is pretty simple. It works just like plastic food wraps. The function is more or less identical. The wraps themselves are as organic as they come, usually created from hemp, beeswax, organic cotton, tree resin, and jojoba oil. As it turns out, the combination of wax, resin, and oil makes a very malleable wrap! This is hardly a new technology though. In fact, it’s an ancient technique taken from the days of ancient Egypt.


Beeswax wraps for lunch are the most popular application of this alternative. As you’ll find out using it, it gives off a sort of rustic, pine-Esque odor. You can use it to wrap a sandwich or chicken roll or just a meal with ease. If you don’t end up eating it either, you can also put it back in the fridge and there, your beeswax wrapping paper will keep it just as fresh as plastic – if not more so. There are even some tutorials out there on how to make your own beeswax, granted they don’t have the functionality of store-bought brands.

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The best beeswax wrap brand is a matter of opinion but one could say it’s probably Abeego. There are a small collection of companies making waves in this space though so it’s really anyone’s ballgame. No matter what type of beeswax wrap you use, it does have a life span of course. Generally, beeswax wrap begin to fail within 6-12 months. They are stronger than plastic but not invincible. Depending on how you take care of yours, you may be able to get more mileage out of it. There are more than three size options you can grab, and you will always find the most appropriate ones for different food.


Also, let us be clear in saying that beeswax wraps are food-grade and food-safe. They’re all organic, natural, and as pure as a plastic alternative can be. Our plastics are clouding up our environment in some really negative ways. If we all made the switch to beeswax wraps, this category of plastics would disappear and we would be all the better for it. Last but not the least to mention, it is not a good idea to heat with Abeego beeswax wraps in a microwave oven. If you have to do so, turn to a reusable unplastic silicone food bag. Luumi will give you the solution.  

If you rely on plastic wraps for lunches, food storage, and/or to help keep food fresh, consider switching to beeswax wraps. You’ll be surprised at how easy these are to use, how well they work, and you’ll save a little on cost long-term with the plastics you won’t have to keep buying continuously. Buy beeswax food wrappers today from

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