- Highest Quality Materials
- Safe For You and The Planet
- Washable, Reusable, and Compostable
- Smart Alterantive to Plastic
- Washable and Reusable for 6 Months
-Courtney Miller, Health & Beauty, Director of Testing
Top 4 out of 11 Brands We Tested
||Best Beeswax Food Wraps
(Best Overall Beeswax Food Wrap)
(Best for Lage Items)
||Best Food Wrap Roll
(Great for Customizable Sizes)
There is a growing awareness that plastic storage bags and containers are not great for the environment. We spent several hours attempting to find the best beeswax food wraps. Single-use zip-top bags and plastic wrap plastics are common items used to store and sustain both leftovers and for food preparation fanatics. The marketplace has introduced more and more beeswax wraps alternatives to help sustain the environment. In order to find the best beeswax storage alternative, we tested 11 different beeswax wrap items ranging from beeswax wraps to silicone bags to see which storage alternatives are worth the monetary investment.
A variety of leftovers can be wrapped in beeswax wraps, ranging from various cheeses, halved lemons, vegetables, and even partially eaten giant pickles. If you have the right size reusable food wrap, it can be wrapped in a beeswax wrap. Moreover, slices of bread, sandwiches, muffins, and a plethora of baked goods are perfect candidates for reusable food wraps. The reusable food wraps are suitable for covering bowls of leftovers, and to wrap up hot dogs or ground beef to be stored in the freezer. In short, a beeswax food wrap can be put to the test in as many applications and environments as we could think of.
Best Beeswax Wraps
When we tested a variety of beeswax storage wraps, we concluded that beeswax wrap is a fierce competitor to plastic. This is most true when it comes to the simple and central function of plastic wrap to store foods for later meals. Bees wrap. like plastic can cover bowls, keep produce fresh, and store sandwiches securely wrapped. While we were hard pressed to find a beeswax food wrap made large enough to cover an entire pan of brownies, but we are hopeful that they will eventually be produced.
It’s worth noting that Beeswax food wraps won’t last forever. With proper care, they can last six months to one year. The best beeswax food wraps are compostable, which is clearly not the case with plastic wrap. Beeswax wraps can be used to pack a lunch, wrap up a half-eaten banana, and cover bowls of your favorite leftovers to tremendously cut down on the use of plastic. When the plastic wrap is reserved for times when truly nothing else will do then the beeswax wrap on hand can be utilized for everything else. This allows for sustainability and a natural alternative to plastic.
Beeswax Food Wrap Conclusion
One of the main selling points of a beeswax wrap is that it’s made from materials you can feel good about. The best are made of bee’s wax, jojoba oil, tree resin, and organic cotton. They are a mixture of the first three ingredients painted in a thin layer onto sheets of organic cotton to produce a reusable food wrap. A clear advantage over plastic is the reusability. Once you’re done with your wrap, just wash it with gentle soap and cool water (hot water can melt it), then let it air-dry to use it again. Once the reusable food wrap has been used for six months to one year, it won’t work as well, but you can cut it into strips and then compost it. Alternatively, it can be used as a fire-starter!