We at Honeywrap want to help our amazing sustainable family show love for the planet, which badly needs a gift or two or three. Throughout 2020 Honeywrap has donated to organisations that help protect our marine life for the future - Project Jonah and Forest & Bird which gives a voice to nature. As well as Eat My Lunch to help Kiwi kids do better at school. The support we can give is more important now more than ever with grass roots organisation underfunded and under the radar. Honeywrap was inspired by nature and a passion for making a difference by reducing the amount of single use plastic on the planet. For seven years Honeywrap has demonstrated that caring for our planet is not in conflict with running a successful sustainable business. To date we have saved over 23 million metres of plastic from our landfills and oceans. It takes a team effort to save the planet so get on board with us and help our marine and bird life at the same time.
Organic Reusable Beeswax Food Wrap
Each of our Honeywrap beeswax wraps are made in New Zealand from GOTS certified organic cotton and natural ingredients. Our beeswax wraps are reusable, sustainable and offer a natural alternative to plastic food wrap. We support New Zealand artists to create beautiful designs that tell a story on each of our Honeywrap beeswax wraps.
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Our customers love us
“This was my second purchase. Honey wrap is better quality than another brand I’ve bought. I also bought a pack with the NZ theme for my daughter to take to her host family in France while she is on a school exchange. Not using plastic is very important to her.”
“Very happy with the honeywraps I purchased from you recently! They arrived quickly and I have put them to good use already. So impressed at how easy and effective they are to use and also how fresh they keep lunchbox items such as sandwiches. Thank you so much!”
“This is the perfect size for covering watermelons, bread ends, cheese etc! Can't wait to try the extra large for covering bowls and platters. Thanks for all you do to help us all spare Mother Earth of clingfilm/gladwrap!”