These wraps offer an eco-friendly alternative to plastic and they are handmade from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton, sustainably-harvested beeswax, organic coconut oil, tree resin and lots of love. Beeswax is a natural antifungal and antibacterial agent, helping keep your food clean and protected, while the coconut oil and tree resin make the wraps sticky so they easily shape to your food or dish. The reusable wraps can be used again and again, up to two years when taken care of properly. To clean, all you need to do is wipe the wraps with a sponge or cloth using a bit of warm water and eco-friendly detergent. Rinse off and leave to dry. Once dry, you can fold them and store them in any dry place. When the wraps have finally lost all their cling, they can be composted instead of adding to a landfill.
Australian owner, Antoinette Jackson, launched SuperBee in 2015 from her home in northern Thailand and was blown away by the reaction. In less than a year, SuperBee’s brand video was viewed over 4.2 million times on Facebook and they received orders from more than 20 countries around the world. While their beeswax wraps and other plastic-free products support sustainable lifestyles, they also support a sustainable business model that helps our community and environment. As a social enterprise, they provide fair wages (20% above the living wage suggested by the Fair Trade Organization) and a safe workplace for primarily female workers in the rural area where they are based.