Prairie Bee Wraps are a natural, practical alternative to plastic wraps and bags in your kitchen.
small 8 x 8" | medium 10 x 10" | large 13 x 13"
Made with 100% cotton, local Canadian beeswax, sustainably sourced pine tree resin and jojoba oil.
Washable, reusable, compostable and plastic free
Keeps food fresh longer
Handmade in SK, Canada
We love our bread bag! It fits a large sourdough loaf and keeps it moist for a while! We’re so happy with our purchase!
I’m so happy with these wraps. I’ve used these for rushing bread dough and they’re great! It’s such a good feeling to reduce the use of plastic wrap in my kitchen, both for economy and health. Very pleased!
The bee wax bags are the best. They keep yeast breads, banana breads and the like fresh for several days. I use the wraps for cheese and vegetable items. I feel like I’m doing something good for the environment too. The bags and wraps are easily washable in tepid water. I’ve used mine a lot, for over a year now, and they are still useful and in good condition. I take care of them as instructions state. I recently ordered the wax disc to refresh or restore (not the right word) longevity of the bag / wraps just to have on hand.
The bags/ wraps are well worth the price because quality is excellent and I really feel like I’m doing something healthy for myself, my family, and the environment.
I'm super impressed with my bread bags and wrap. They are easier to use than expected and keep things fresh better than I thought they would! I'm so excited to have less single use plastic in my home. I will definitely be getting more. I am working on a mini-clothes line to dry them after washing....LOL. Would love to see a smaller version of the bags!
Le Creuset put out a “ Bread Oven” recently. The days of making bread in a Dutch oven are over. The home baker can now make a perfect artisan bakery quality “ round “ of bread in their own oven. Of course the perfect boule of bread needed a Prairie Bee bread bag to keep the loaf fresh, and the Prairie Bee bread bag delivers freshness. Bravo, Prairie Bee ! Thank you.