Whether you're looking to cover a bowl or pack a snack, Bee Kind Beeswax Wraps assist in a healthy and green kitchen. This alternative to plastic wrap is made completely with organic ingredients. Using the warmth of your hands to form a seal, one of the three different-sized wraps will shape around a bowl once it cools. Antibacterial properties in the beeswax as well as jojoba oil and coconut oil help keep your food fresh. They are designed to wrap cold items, but you should avoid wrapping raw meats in them. After use, the wraps can be washed in cold water and mild dish soap and left to dry naturally. With proper care, a wrap can last you up to a year, and when it's time to throw it away, the wrap is also compostable!
Made with organic GOTS certified 100% cotton, 100% pure local PA beeswax and other natural ingredients.
Washable, reusable and compostable
Small: 8-inch circle
Tara Heckler has dedicated the past 17 years to creating a sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle. After sharing her products with friends and family, she saw a business opportunity and has been offering her products for the past 15 years. She is the 4th generation to pass down the art of crochet incorporating recycling into her products. She uses local beeswax and other ingredients as well as herbs from her garden, creating products for the home and body that are reusable, eco-friendly, and organic.
Tara's studio is located in the I-80 Frontier; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.
See photographs of Tara creating in her studio here.
The PA Wilds is home to an impressive and diverse community of skilled artisans, craftspeople, and producers working across a variety of media. The PA Wilds Conservation Shop is proud to source and curate our shop using products made the many talented makers of The Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania.
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PA Wilds Conservation Shops are owned and operated by the Pennsylvania Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit. To learn more about our nonprofit mission please visit pawildscenter.org.