Beeyond Honey

Beeswax Food Wraps

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These handmade beeswax food wraps are 100% cotton dipped in a mixture of natural beeswax, pine tree resin, and jojoba oil. 

Some wraps on the market have not yet mastered the recipe required for the perfect stickyness. This leaves the wrap brittle and not able to stick to itself. Beeyond Honey have mastered this. 

They are a great sustainable addition to your kitchen allowing the food to breathe while maintaining freshness. And can be used to wrap and cover bowls, bread, cheese, salami, sandwiches, fruits and much more.

Naturally antibacterial and anti microbial, wraps have a large number of benefits over cling film. 



  • Economical, reusable for about a year, saving you money on disposable wraps. 
  • Sustainable, Saving the environment from single use products and made from renewable resources. 
  • Gentle of the environment, totally compostable.
  • Multi-functional, great for wrapping a variety of goods including bottles too.
  • Easy to use.
  • Washable.
  • Freezer friendly.
  • 100% Natural. 


An easy eco-friendly swap. 



Small | 20x20cm - Perfect for small bowls, fruits and veg

Medium | 27.5×27.5 cm - 
Perfect for medium bowls, wraps, fruits and veg

Large | 35x35cm - Great for sandwich’s, large bowls, large vegetables



If you have any material requests make a note on your order and I will do my best to meet your needs. Alternatively, email 



To wash, rinse the wrap with cool or lukewarm water and gentle dish soap. Do not scrub. Allow to air dry. 

Once dry, gently fold the beeswax wrap and store it away. 

Do not use on raw meat. 

Do not apply to hot surfaces. 

Over time, the wax will slowly start to break down or flake off a little. This is normal and you can still continue to use the wraps. If your beeswax wraps start looking tired, you can refresh them by melting the wax slightly. 

Wraps can also be refreshed with fresh wax (containing resin and jojoba). This extends the life of your wrap for potentially years. 

Once you have finished with you wrap, it can go in the home compost.