About BeeKeepers Wraps

BeeKeepers was founded in 2018 with a simple mission to lead the change towards a greener and more sustainable future. We are serious about reducing the waste generated by plastics, and are passionate that we should leave the planet for the next generation in a better place than we found it. Our products are an eco friendly, biodegradable & reusable alternative to cling film and plastic wrap. Every kitchen deserves a BeeKeepers Beeswax Wrap! Our packaging is completely compostable.

In the UK, we are generating more than 5 million tonnes of plastic waste every year, and less than 10% is being recycled. Our cities, oceans and waterways are being littered by plastics and their byproducts. Food chains are being poisoned causing health problems in both humans and animals. Refuse single-use plastic to help break this cycle of waste.

BeeKeepers is a small family run business based in South Yorkshire, UK. Each reusable wrap is made individually by hand in small batches. From the washing and cutting of the cotton, to waxing piece by piece, to folding and packaging, we do it all ourselves.

Thanks for your support, and we hope that you enjoy your BeeKeepers Wraps as much as we do!

Ang & JP Gillespie - Founders

2 comments

Joanna Melville-Richards

Hi,
I’ve given a pack of beeswax wraps to each of my daughters, and kept a pack for myself! However, am I correct in thinking that I’ve read somewhere that the wraps can be restored to a pristine condition with a few moments on a low oven setting? I can’t find it at the mo, and I think it would be a good idea to include this in your care instructions on the packs.
Love this product, btw!
Joanna

Lizzie Farley

I chose you from all the options that came up on Google because you’re a small business in Yorkshire. What’s the point in buying beeswax wraps made in Oz (as one site was selling) if you’re trying to save our planet?
Very much look forward to my first order arriving 😊

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