3 Amazing Ways Beeswax Wraps Keep Food Fresher for Longer

1. Beeswax is naturally Antibacterial like honey to actively help prevent mould on food. Enjoy fresh bread for up to 5 days!

2. Beeswax Wraps are breathable, unlike plastic, which allows moisture to escape instead of encouraging mould growth. No more sweaty cheese!

3. Millbee's Beeswax Wraps are infused with Jojoba Oil which adds another anti-microbial layer to keep your food fresher for longer. 

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How to use Beeswax Wraps

Wrap it. Wash it. Reuse it.

Wrap it.

Gently press the wrap with the warmth of your hand to keep sealed over fresh produce, baked goods or bowls.

Wash It.

Wash in cold water with mild detergent using a cloth or sponge and let drip dry. 

Reuse it.

Reuse again and again and again! Millbee Beeswax Wraps can be reused for up to 1 year or longer if cared for properly.

Eco-Friendly Alternative

to Plastic Wrap 

Natural & Organic Ingredients

to Protect your Food

Millbee’s Beeswax Wraps are made with GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, Organic Jojoba Oil, Natural Tree Resin and Grade A Beeswax. The ingredients are 100% Natural & Biodegradable. Wash & Reuse for up to 1 Year. Naturally Antibacterial to keep your food fresher for longer and to help prevent mould. 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rated 4.5/5 by 102 Happy Customers

Love, love, love these!

I bought these for my children’s lunch boxes and I love them. I’ve been using the bread wrap for almost a year and it’s still going strong! The fabric design is beautiful too!

Dee Mulroe



Highly Recommend Them

This is the second time I have bought these lovely wraps. They are practical and easy to clean and are helping the planet. Would highly recommend them.

Siobhan Dillon



Great Variety of Sizes

Delighted with my purchase. Such a great variety of sizes with all these fab wraps. Love wrapping my salad bowls, breads & off cuts of fruit & veg. Obviously the added bonus is using less plastic and doing my bit for the environment.

Natalie Middleton



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Can I really get my money back in 90 Days?

Yes, we will refund you the full amount within 90 days if you are not happy with your purchase.

What shouldn’t the wraps be used for?

Avoid raw, uncooked meat or fish, long term freezer use (more than 1 month) and anywhere near heat such as your microwave or oven!

How do I wash them?

Wash in cold water with a mild detergent and let drip dry. Be careful not to use any abrasive pads and instead use a cloth or sponge.

How long do they last?

If cared for properly, Millbee Beeswax Wraps should last up to 1 year. Remember to keep away from heat and hot water! The better you care for them, the longer they will last!

What sizes do they come in?

Each bundle pack includes various numbers of:

Small Wrap (17.5 x 20 cm) good for cut lemons, avocados, fruit and the top of jars.

Medium Wrap (25 x 27.5cm) - good for cheese, half a sandwich, medium bowls, grapes, tomatoes and baked goods.

Large Wrap (33 x 35cm) - good for sandwiches & left over pizza slices, celery, cheese, larger bowl or dish, larger melon, grapes, greens, beans and asparagus

Extra Large Wrap (35 x 53cm) - good for wrapping large loaves of bread and larger bowls.

Can you Freeze them?

Yes, Beeswax Wraps are super for freezing pastry and are suitable for freezing up to 1 Month. We don’t recommend using them for freezing raw, uncooked meat or fish though!

Reusable? Won’t they get smelly & dirty?

Nope! Millbee Wraps are easily washed with mild detergent to remove any food residue. 

What are Millbee Beeswax Wraps made from?

Millbee Beeswax Wraps are made from GOTS certified organic cotton, organic Jojoba Oil, Natural Tree Resin and Grade A Beeswax.

What are Beeswax Wraps used for?

Beeswax Wraps have so many uses! You can cover bowls, wrap fruit, veg, bread, and cheese. They also make awesome wraps for sandwiches and food on the go. 

Where does the Beeswax come from?

The African beeswax we source is actually from wild bee broods, within or close to national Kenyan and Tanzania park lands and reserves so they forage mixed wild flora and fauna. They are mainly (90%) traditional ‘log’ hives (not western hives) managed by co-operatives made up of local African small holders. We require the African farmers to leave minimum 30% of the wax when harvesting and use only traditional smoking methods. The farmers want to encourage the wild bee broods to remain so are careful not to disturb them more than necessary.

"Such a great variety of sizes with all these fab wraps. Love wrapping my salad bowls, breads & offcuts of fruit & veg. Obviously the added bonus is using less plastic and doing my bit for the environment."

Nathalie Middleton