By using & sharing our beeswax wraps, you are:
Bringing beauty, nature & calm to your home | Supporting local bee-keepers | Nurturing our planet
Our pure Australia beeswax is sourced from bees & bee-keepers all over regional Australia. We travel as far North as Northern Tablelands, as far South as the Canberra and as far West as Dubbo.
We've worked with most of our bee-keepers for over two decades & love supporting the regional communities they live.
There is (literally) a person behind each wrap. Our talented makers cut, coat & dry each piece of cotton by hand at our warehouse in Sydney's Northern Beaches.
As with all Queen B products, we use a proprietary wax cleaning method (just water, time & filtration) to remove dust that is ever-present in Aussie hives. We clean our wax twice taking 48 hours, leaving only the purist raw beeswax to make your wraps & candles with.More About Us
We make no compromises. Our wraps are made using only the purest ingredients:
1. 100% Australian beeswax.
2. Pure cotton fabric.
3. Organic coconut oil.
4. Tree resin.
You asked us '"why beeswax wrap fabrics are always so ugly?"... and we listened! We've partnered with some of the most wonderful textile designers in the business including: Jocelyn Proust & Liberty London to bring your fridge the finest fabrics, designs & most importantly, OPTIONS!Shop Designer Wraps
A reusable, sustainable & biodegradable alternative to plastic food wrap:
• Reuse our wraps for 6-12 months = less single use plastics.
•. Compost our wraps in your garden after use.
• Keep your fruit, veggies, cheeses & bread fresher for longer = less waste.Queen B Sustainability
WELCOME TO OUR HIVE!
WE EXIST TO BRING PURE AUSSIE GOODNESS TO YOUR HOME (+ INBOX), AS WELL AS OUR PLANET.
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