Our wraps are made with 100% beeswax produced by our own honeybees with added Jojoba oil and tree resin. They're not just great for wrapping food such as fruit, vegetables, bread and cheese, but you can also use them for wrapping soap when travelling or undoing a stubborn jar lid.

They can be moulded around cups, ramekins, plates and bowls but should not be used for wrapping raw meat or fish.

Beeswax is breathable, waterproof and has natural antibacterial properties. Tree resin is sticky and helps the wrap to adhere to itself therefore sealing food and containers. Jojoba oil helps keep the beeswax wrap pliable and useable straight from the fridge.


Warm the new wrap in your hands to activate the stickiness, unravel and wrap around your food or container.

Our Wraps are supersaturated with our beeswax coating to ensure long life and fantastic performance. It will make your hands and fingers feel tacky, a good sign of the quality of our product. Simply wash your hands with warm soapy water to remove.


Sandwich: 2@40x40cm

Pantry: 1@16x16cm & 2@30x30cm

Family: 1@16x16cm, 1@30x30cm & 2@40x40cm

Loaf: 1@ 60x40cm

Farmhouse: 4@16x16cm, 3@30x30cm, 2@40x40cm & 1@60x40cm


Remember, unlike other wax wraps companies, we only use our own Norfolk Honey Company beeswax in our beeswax wraps. This way we ensure we know where the wax has come from, free of contamination and that it is as pure as it can possibly be.

When we extract the honey from our bees we cut off the wax cappings from the honeycomb and it is this wax that we use for our beeswax wraps. What could be more natural?

Beeswax wraps are environmentally friendly, long laster, and recyclable.


Custom packs are available - please get in touch using our contact form if you would like a specific pack made up for you and we will do all we can to help.


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