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Bee’s Wrap

As I’ve become more aware of the plastic issue we’re ocean-deep in, I’ve started to see it everywhere and how often we use plastic as a crutch in our daily lives. Our relationship with food and drink and our lives in the our kitchens seem to be one of the biggest places where plastic asserts its convenience, and where we need to take a few steps to be bigger and smarter.

In 2012 in Vermont, Sarah Kaeck, mother-of-three, gardener, milker of goats, keeper of chickens, and seamstress, decided to consider a new way of storing her food.

By infusing organic cotton with beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin together, she created a washable, reusable, and compostable alternative to plastic wrap.

 

 
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